Photo Gallery: Civilians Flee Government Air Strikes

Attacks in Myanmar’s Karen State have killed at least 10 people and forced many more to flee their villages - and in some cases the country - since the violence began March 27.
2021-03-31
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Karen villagers, injured in government air strikes in late March, take shelter and receive medical care in the jungle near the village of Day Pu No in Hpa-pun in eastern Myanmar's Karen State. (Free Burma Rangers)
Karen villagers, injured in government air strikes in late March, take shelter and receive medical care in the jungle near the village of Day Pu No in Hpa-pun in eastern Myanmar's Karen State. (Free Burma Rangers)

Villagers in Karen State take shelter in the forest. (Karen Teacher Working Group)
Villagers in Karen State take shelter in the forest. (Karen Teacher Working Group)

The remains of a building burn in Day Bu No village. (Karen Information Center)
The remains of a building burn in Day Bu No village. (Karen Information Center)

Karen refugees cross the Salween River to Mae Hong Son, Thailand. (Reuters)
Karen refugees cross the Salween River to Mae Hong Son, Thailand. (Reuters)

An injured refugee is placed on a stretcher Tuesday before being taken to a hospital in Mae Sam Laep, Thailand, after crossing the Salween River. (AFP/Royal Thai Army)
An injured refugee is placed on a stretcher Tuesday before being taken to a hospital in Mae Sam Laep, Thailand, after crossing the Salween River. (AFP/Royal Thai Army)

A refugee receives medical treatment Tuesday in Mae Sam Laep. (Reuters)
A refugee receives medical treatment Tuesday in Mae Sam Laep. (Reuters)

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