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The Thai PM has ordered local officials in the western province of Tak to provide aid to thousands of refugees who have fled Myanmar. According to a Thai PBS World report, some 4,000 people have been forced to flee fighting in the neighbouring country and are in need of temporary shelter and humanitarian aid. The UN’s refugee agency has already called on Thailand to grant it “urgent access” to the refugees. Chaichan Changmongkol from the Defency Ministry says the PM has charged the governor of Tak with overseeing the situation, with the support of the Thai army. Refugees who have tested […]

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They've been fighting for years because of how the British left Myanmar independent. It was never supposed to be one country, so now they all cannot accept the fact that it's one, and so they keep fighting.

And the military obviously can't be trusted. There was a 10 year contract imposed by the British but then these military monkeys started to shoot each other and took over the country. 

Same shit they've done to many countries basically

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