Ethnic Karen commanders in Myanmar admit killing 25 men | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ethnic Karen commanders in Myanmar admit killing 25 men

Two senior commanders of the Karen National Defence Organisation (KNDO) have admitted that security forces under their control detained and later killed 25 men in June in its territory near Myanmar’s border with Thailand, human rights group Fortify Rights has said.

General Ner Dah Bo Mya and Lieutenant Saw Ba Wah, who have been suspended from their posts, told Fortify Rights that their men were responsible.

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