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The governor of the Tak province, bordering Myanmar, set four temporary camps supporting victims who escaped the escalating violence between the Myanmar military and the armed wing of the Karen National Union. The camps are all located in Maesot Districts of Tak spreading to four sub-districts including Mae Tao, Mae Ku, Mahawan, and Phop Phra. Around 5,358 refugees who fled to Thailand will stay in a safe area until the situation gets better. Thailand provides humanitarian aid by preparing food, drinks, and clothes as well as medical care for the refugees. Reports say measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 […]

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10 minutes ago, riclag said:

I vaguely remember  these peacekeeping conscripts ! Over 6 billion dollars a year to fund it. Lol



OP is not related to UN peacekeeping forces. There are not any UN forces in Myanmar and unlikely ever will be whilst China / Russia have right of veto in the Security Council.

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