BookmarkGENEVA/KUALA LUMPUR: Myanmar Red Cross workers have been arrested, intimidated and injured on the frontlines as they tried to treat mounting civilian casualties, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) said on Thursday.
The agency said it was deeply concerned at the growing humanitarian crisis two months after the army seized power. More than 500 civilians have been reported killed as the junta's forces have tried to suppress daily protests.AdvertisementAdvertisement
Myanmar Red Cross teams had provided care for more than 2,000 people, a statement said. They have also been targeted."Myanmar Red Cross first aiders and medics have been wrongfully arrested, intimidated or injured, and Red Cross property and ambulances have been damaged. This is unacceptable," Alexander Matheou, IFRC’s Asia Pacific regional director, said. headtopics.comRead more: CNA »
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Myanmar aid workers arrested, intimidated, hurt, Red Cross says
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Myanmar protesters paint Yangon red, defying bloody army crackdownYANGON — Opponents of Myanmar 's military junta sprayed red paint on roads in the country's biggest city on Tuesday (April 6) to mark the deaths of hundreds of
Myanmar protesters throw red paint on streetsThey tossed red paint into the streets and near areas where protesters have died, with the paint representing the deceased's' blood. One protester said he hoped to keep motivating others to keep up the demonstration. The red paint strike comes following other campaigns involving flowers and eggs.Despite the killing of at least 564 people by the security forces since the Feb. 1 coup, protesters have come out across the country every day to voice opposition to the overthrow of the elected government led by Aung San Suu Kyi and the return of military rule.
Myanmar protesters paint Yangon red, call for boycott of Water Festival