KDRTV NEWS: Relief workers for Save the Children were among 35 people killed in eastern Myanmar during Christmas Eve’s attack.
The relief group broke the news on Tuesday; they blamed the countries military for the incident that killed at least 35 people in the Kayah state.
The group said that the military violence against civilians, including the aid workers, is intolerable.
However, the military had reacted to the news they launched an attack against civilians.
The military spokesperson said they were attacked when they tried o stop seven cars. It said they were driving suspiciously.
The military spokesperson confirmed that they killed several people during the clash.
The anti-government militia operating in the area said that their troops, though they were targeted in the clash, the ones who were killed were civilians.
The Save Children group called upon the UN security council to intervene
The US embassy in Myanmar had criticized the military attack calling it barbaric
Since a military coup in February, Myanmar has been experiencing political instability that led to nationwide protests, violent ad crackdowns by the government forces.
The UN has warned that the country is at a higher risk of civil war.
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