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Myanmar rebels claim to shoot down junta helicopter

Por: The Hill World May 04, 2021

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Rebels in Myanmar's northern Kachin province claimed to have shot down a government helicopter on Monday as violence escalates following a February coup by Burmese armed forces.In a statement a spokesperson for the Kachin Independence Army, an armed separatist group representing a number of ethnic groups in the country's north, said that a junta helicopter was struck by rebel forces near the town of Moemauk and downed. The... + full article



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