1 school teacher and 4 students were killed in 3 military airstrikes on schools and villages in KNU Mutoro district.
■ KNU requests that the UN and the international community take practical action against the military’s war crimes
Yangon, September 11
Karen State 1 school teacher and 4 students were killed in three military airstrikes on schools and villages in KNU Muttaw District, KNU-Karen National Union reported.
On September 7, the terrorist army bombarded Setu Khee village with jet fighters 1 time. 1 time to Korobot village in Lemupalo village group; They bombed 1 school, 1 school, 3 times in total 3 times, 1 time in the village of Nakokhee Village, Dwa Lo Township. 1 student hostel 1 church The statement stated that 1 place of worship and 10 residential houses were destroyed.
As a result of the air attack by the terrorist army, Saw Sre Mu, who lives in Setu Khee Village, Khao Pu Village Group, Lutho Township, was injured. the earlier 4 homes of Saw Thaw and Saw Mo Nga were destroyed. Saw El Kanyo in the village of Korobotha, Lemupalo Village, Lutho Township. Sawki Me, Sawkha Gemu, early morning Noh Htoo Nu, 6 homes of the Sawpalawa were destroyed, 1 church, and 1 school. A statement from the KNU-Karen National Association said that the school and 1 prayer hall were damaged.
Saw Pha Da, a school teacher, was hit by a bomb attack by the terrorist army on the village of Thikotha, Nakokhi Village, Dwa Lo Township. The students, 14-year-old Saw Al Mula, 16-year-old Naw Htoo Khupo 13-year-old Saw Bogyi and 4 others were killed. In addition, 14-year-old Nor Pho Sai Htoo, 11-year-old Norda Hua, 9-year-old Saw Al-Mulah Wa, 15 years old Saw E Ne Htoo, It was reported that 16-year-old Nomula Kaon and 24-year-old Nodar, a school teacher, were injured.
The United Nations, the United Nations, has openly violated war crimes by committing illegal airstrikes by the terrorist army. United Nations Member States international legal mechanisms; Regional organizations such as ASEAN, ASEAN and member countries; Expanded with more practical methods by international human rights organizations; The KNU-Karen National Union’s statement also calls for sanctions.