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The junta regime’s random shelling of artillery kills a 13-year-old boy, injures a kid and two elders in northwest Myanmar

A young boy, 13, was killed and a 7-year-old boy and two elders were badly injured in the junta regime's random shelling the artillery in the early morning of 03 November in northwest Myanmar.

(CHINDWIN): In the very early morning at about 2:00 am on Thursday, the unexpected thing has occurred to a family in Kanbalu township of Sagaing regionas the junta army’s artillery landed on their house as their son, aged 13, was hit and killed.

The underage young boy,13, was hit by the artillery landed on the family house and died instantly at the scene, while another, aged 7, and two elders were badly injured in the early morning of 03 November in Kanbalu township of Sagaing region in northwest Myanmar.

The junta army was reported to fire several shells of artillery towards several villages from Bo village, where the junta army was stationed in the Kanbalu township, and the artillery shells landed in Zikana village, killing a 13-year-old boy, injuring a 7-year-old and two elders, 67 and 68, as Kyunhla Activists Group reported.
Also, 14 villagers from the Zikana village were arrested and taken away by the junta army as they stormed the village after firing several rounds of artillery.

The Kyunhla Activists Group said that the villagers are very much worried for their lives as the junta army has committed arbitrary arrests and killings across the country as villagers did not know the reason why there were taken and where they are currently held.

Sagaing – the northwest region is one of the hardest hit by the junta regime’s brutal onslaught operation, and the junta regime repeatedly committed mass killings and massacred.

Yet, there is no meaningful action taken by international communities and United Nations against the junta regime.

So far, Chindwin learns that there are countless numbers of those killed as there are missing people and death reported daily, although some organizations, including AAPP (Assistance Association for Political Prisoners), which record says the junta regime killed more than 2400 so far.

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