Myanmar villagers fleeing anti-coup violence may starve in jungle amid supply shortages – South China Morning Post

Myanmar villagers fleeing anti-coup violence may starve in jungle amid supply shortages – South China Morning Post
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As fighting in Myanmar’s Chin State rages on between the military and anti-coup fighters, an exodus from residents into the jungles is growing, prompting worries over food and medical supplies for displaced residents.Some 8,000 residents of Mindat sought safety outside the town, but now face starvation in the forests, local residents said on Tuesday.The exodus also threatens to push more people over the nearby border with India, where a government official said more than 15,000 had sought…Read More

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