Myanmar military’s drone attacks kill woman in Rakhine State’s Kyaukphyu Township

The attacks came two days after junta airstrikes in Kyauktaw on Monday left at least five civilians, including a Buddhist monk, dead

A series of junta drone attacks carried out in Rakhine State’s Kyaukphyu Township on Wednesday left one woman dead and around a dozen others injured, according to local sources.

The attacks took place in Sane, a town on the Kyaukphyu-Yangon highway about 38 miles’ drive southeast of the township’s administrative centre, and began at around 8am, the sources said.

“There were eight drone bomb attacks,” said a local man who did not want to be identified, adding that the targets included a post office, a bus station, a hospital, and a vegetable market.

“We saw with our own eyes how they dropped bombs on those public spaces,” he said.

He said the woman who was killed had been selling tea at her teashop when it was hit by the second bomb, which also injured at least 10 people.

“Her face was badly injured. We sent her to. . .

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