There is a terrible conflict in Myanmar, residents are fleeing to Thailand

Conflict is increasing day by day in Myanmar. The number of people fleeing the border town of Mayawaddy to the Thai city of Mae So has doubled this week as fighting escalates. The flow of people fleeing to Thailand continues after the fall of the border town of Mayawaddy to anti-junta rebel forces in Myanmar. […]

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Myanmar forces lose control of Thai border bridge

Myanmar’s military-ruled government is battling armed rebel groups in several regions. Junta forces have suffered back-to-back defeats in many battles in the border region. Insurgent groups have also taken control of several important cities in the country in the past few months. They have become overwhelming in the border areas. The fighters of KNU, Arakan […]

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RSO in the struggle to establish a ‘Muslim Arakan State’ in Rakhine, they are also trying to solve the Rohingya problem

Myanmar’s various ethnic groups have turned their backs on the wall due to hundreds of years of oppression. This has led to the creation of at least a dozen armed rebel groups inside Myanmar. Among these armed insurgency groups, the Rohingya Solidarity Organization (RSO) is fighting shoulder to shoulder with the Arakan Army against the […]

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3 Bangladeshis killed in road accident on Eid day in Malaysia

3 Bangladeshis were killed in a road accident in Malaysia’s Perak province. Another person was injured in this incident. The accident took place after a collision with a lorry on the North-South Expressway in Kampar area of Perak state on Wednesday (April 10) afternoon. Kampar police chief Nazri Daud said the car carrying eight people […]

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The Myanmar junta now wants the help of those Rohingyas

It has been nearly seven years since Myanmar’s army killed thousands of Rohingya Muslims. The United Nations called the massacre an example of ethnic cleansing. Now they are asking for help from those Rohingyas. The BBC has learned from interviews with Rohingyas living in Rakhine State that at least 100 Rohingya have recently been forcibly […]

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Prabowo Subianto’s Diplomatic Balancing Act: From Beijing to Tokyo

Indonesia’s president-elect, Prabowo Subianto, has embarked on a diplomatic journey that underscores his commitment to fostering ties across Asia. Following his recent visit to China, where he expressed a desire for closer relations, Prabowo met with Japan’s Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, in Tokyo, signaling a nuanced approach to foreign policy. In discussions with Kishida, Prabowo […]

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