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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — An armed Myanmar group attacked a security outpost in a region near the Chinese border Sunday, the U.N. human rights office said, further eroding pressure on Myanmar’s security forces and intensifying debate on whether the government should change its stance.
In a statement, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights said that a group of „local farmers and traders“ targeted a security outpost in northern Rakhine State on Saturday, killing three security personnel and wounding five.
The militants were part of a group believed to have attacked a military post in the region last month, which has become a flashpoint between the 온라인 카지노two countries. China has accused Myanmar’s military of involvement and of hindering peace efforts since a military coup forced into exile leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power last year.
Suu Kyi says she is the victim 올인 119of a plot by the army and ethnic Rakhine militants, as well as human rights abuses by government forces. China says ethnic Rakhine militants are acting as armed groups and that Suu Kyi belongs to it.
Suu Kyi has rejected this, saying she has always ac공주출장샵 공주출장안마ted as a responsible member of the country’s government and parliament.