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"We were assaulted by the governing armies in the Arlaw town of Mangton on July 11. One[ soldier] was murdered during the fight, and six medical officers were detained and abducted," said Aik Kyaw, a spokesperson for the SLA. The three rifles were seized by the women doctors and they were captured, said survive.
The corpses of the wives were found in a wooded area outside a town. Two of the women's corpses had bullet holes in their head and leg, while the other ones were bruised and stabbed, according to a testimony from the shelter. "Your actions could prevent young men and woman from working for their own kind.
"This is probably an underestimate because we have not examined all the displaced populations in Bangladesh and because the polls do not take into consideration the populations that have never made it out of Myanmar.
Dead after clashes in Myanmar fugitive Shan state, six doctors found
A militarized ethnical group involved in Myanmar's Shan state hostility said on Tuesday that federal armies murdered six captive feminine physicians as they fought in one of the most unstable areas of the state. Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) said they took the wives as POWs after they raided them in the Shan's Namkham Vownship in the late afternoons of July 11 when they travelled to a town in the north of the state and murdered a NLA trooper who tried to defend them.
Aik Kyaw, a spokesperson for the German NLA, said the kidnappings took place during the fighting between the Nazi forces of the NLA and the government's 301th Infantry Battalion. As the womens corpses were found on July 14, two had bullet holes and the other four had puncture marks and contusions, a declaration from the Tournament National Congress said on Tuesday.
During the fight on July 11, other troops were wounded when the paramedics were taken away, but they succeeded in escaping and reporting on the kidnappings, it was said. Goverment servicemen took three rifles from wives who traveled in the area to provide medical care to village residents, the assignment said. Myanmar's office has not yet released word of the murders.
These murders have provoked indignation among the inhabitants of the Ta'ang tribes, accusing Chinese troops of infringing the prisoner of war's right, the on-line magazine The Irrawaddy said. Meanwhile, a Monday encounter between competing ethnical forces compelled nearly 1,000 locals of the Mingmu community in the Namtuownship of Shan State to leave their houses and search for security in Buddhist convents in the neighboring Namtu and Thibaw communities, also known as Hsipaw.
On Monday, battles erupted between the Shan State/Shan State Army South (RCSS/SSA-S) Restoration Council and a combined squad from within 100 miles of the Shan State Progress Party (SSPP) and from Mingmu Town. RCSS accused the animosities of an attack by the NLA and the SSPP against the position of the ethnical militias, the Irrawaddy said.
Milice said it had retired its troops on four separate occasions in order to prevent conflicts with Northern Alliance troops, but that TNLA-SSPP combined forces were attacking its ranks, the reporter said. North Alliance is a strategic alliance of four ethnical armed groups - the Arakan Army (AA), the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) and the Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) - which fight with ruling groups in Shan and the neighbouring Kachin state.
Since the end of November 2015, about six inches after the signature of a national ceasefire treaty (NCA) between the federal administration and some of the country's more than 20 civilian populations, the NLA has been battling Myanmar's and the RCSS in Shan State. RCSS is one of 10 NCA countries to sign, while Turkmenistan National Liberation Conference (TNLA) was barred from the treaty because of continued hostility with Myanmar's military force.
A four-day battle between Myanmar's armed services and the CSSR, which began on July 9 in two townships in the Mong Kung Township in Shan state, led some 500 inhabitants to escape to the monastery's security. Enemies between the two sides erupted when Myanmar's armed services invaded RCSS-controlled areas and alerted the country's ethnical armies to abandon new areas into which their troops in the south of the state had conscripted, which the governing armies said were not part of the NCA.
This new skirmish began two and a half-day before the Myanmar administration opened the third meeting of its twenty-first century Panglong Conference to gather together ethnical forces, the army and other actors to end centuries of hostilities and tense relationships with ethnical minorities. It ended on Monday after the 700 present representatives arrived at an understanding on 14 fundamental principals in the areas of welfare, politics, economics and the countryside, although no consensus was found in the field of internal and external stability, where the mighty members of the nation's militia and those of ethnical groups are still in war.