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Burma: KNLA trio of ambushes kills 14 junta troops

June 16, 2010

The following article cites Mizzima News as the originator.

KNLA trio of ambushes kills 14 junta troops
©  Mizzima News
June 15, 2010

Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – Karen rebel forces have launched three separate ambushes against junta troops – with unconfirmed reports of 14 Burmese Army soldiers killed, and 27 wounded – after intercepting radio communications and learning of Burmese military plans for an offensive against them, a militia spokesman said.

Karen National Liberation Army sixth brigade spokesman Captain Hte Nay said the KNLA launched the guerrilla strikes after listening in on messages between junta troops in their area and Military Operation Command (MOC) No. 8 in Tavoy Township, Tenasserim State…

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