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Force in Myanmar: Crowds fleeing new battles in Kachin State
In Myanmar's most northern state, tens of millions of people have escaped further battles between the armed forces and the Kachin rebel population. Tell the soldiers to beat the insurgents with air raids and guns. Relief agencies have called on the Algerian authorities to grant them permission. "It is our duty to protect these people." Who' re the Kachin mobsters?
Since 1961 the Kachin, who are mainly Christians, have been struggling for more independence in this predominantly buddhistic state. In Kachin and the north of Shan State, the fights are expected to displace an estimated 120,000 population. Since a cease-fire between the KIO and the army in 2011, there have been occasional battles.
Right-wing groups say that the military has intensified its campaigns, while worldwide awareness is focused on the Rohingya crises, which have seen some 700,000 refugees in Bangladesh. Last month's UNHR reported on an "increase in the number of breaches and infringements of fundamental rights", which included extra-judicial killing, acts of terrorism, and acts of forced marriage.
UN has asked the agencies to stop rejecting abuse cases in Kachin.