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FBR REPORT: Photos of Families Fleeing, Burma Army, and a Villager Killed

Karen State, Burma


1 February, 2010

Dear Friends,

Here are more photos of people fleeing the recent attacks in Karen State, Burma. This set of
pictures includes a picture of a villager who has been decapitated by the Burma Army (image
blurred to make less graphic. It is the last photo in the set if you do not wish to see it). Also
included are pictures of Burma Army troops on the way to attack the Karen, and victims of
forced labor. This photo set follows the report and photos we sent out fro here in Karen State,
earlier this week. For the earlier report please see www.freeburmarangers.org report: UPDATE
OF BURMA ARMY ATTACKS, MURDERS, DISPLACEMENT AND FORCED LABOR IN
KAREN STATE, BURMA.

Thanks so much helping us put a light on the situation in Burma and thanks to the news agencies
who help get the word out.

May God bless you,

A Relief Team Leader, Free Burma Rangers

Western Karen State, Burma

WARNING: Report contains graphic images.

Families fleeing attacks in Northern Mon Township 24 Jan 2010


Children flee Burma Army attacks in Northern Mon Township 24 Jan
2010

Families at hiding site 24 Jan 2010


Burma Army Troops on the way to attack the Karen 18 Jan 2010

Burma Army camp above Maladaw forced relocation village.18 Jan 2010
Tha Bin Nyunt Army camp on a hill in the plains west of the Karen
State and transite point in the plains for attacks into Karen State 19 Jan
2010
Children forced to porter for the Burma Army 17 Jan 2010

Villagers forced to porter for the Burma Army.


Villager Saw Htoo Nay Wa killed and decapitated on 19 Jan 2010 in Toungoo District.

The Free Burma Ranger’s (FBR) mission is to provide hope, help and love to internally
displaced people inside Burma, regardless of ethnicity or religion. Using a network of indigenous
field teams, FBR reports on human rights abuses, casualties and the humanitarian needs of
people who are under the oppression of the Burma Army. FBR provides medical, spiritual and
educational resources for IDP communities as they struggle to survive Burmese military attacks.

For more information, please visit www.freeburmarangers.org