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Burmese junta tells Doctors Without Borders to stop aid in Dawei


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Thousands of lives have been placed in peril after the Burmese military junta currently controlling Myanmar commanded Doctors Without Borders to cease operation. The well-known medical charity famous for providing emergency healthcare worldwide regardless of geopolitical borders warns of the urgent danger of stopping care on thousands of HIV and tuberculosis patients. Yesterday the junta order that all medical charity personnel stop work in the southern city of Dawei, which happens to be the hometown of military coup leader Min Aung Hlaing, though there doesn’t seem to be an obvious connection yet. Regional authorities sent a letter to Doctors Without […]

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33 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

Min Aung Hlaing

Another army general, clearly intent on going one better, in his jaundiced view, than his Thai brother-in-arms.

The big question, surely, is whether this apology for humanity has decided at what state of things he wants to draw the line and think about allowing 'his country', Myanmar to be regarded as something better than a war-damaged disaster zone?

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