Friday, September 28, 2007

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သုိၵ်းမၢၼ်ႊၶႃႈယုိဝ်းတႆၢၽူႈဢဝ်ၶၢဝ်ႇၵျပၢၼ်ႇ(ရီႉပုၼ်ႇ) 27.9.07

ပုိၼ်းႛၵ်းႁၢႆႉလွင်ႈၶႃႈႁႅမ်တၢႆၵူၼ်းမူိင်းႄလႈသင်ႇၶၸဝ်ႈၼ်ႂးမူိင်းမၢၼ်ႊ။ ဢိၵ်ႇတင်းၽူႈဢဝ်ၶၢဝ်ႇ AFP ၽူႈဢဝ်ၶၢဝ်ႇၽွင်းတၢင်မူိင်းၵျပၢၼ်ႇ(ရီႉပုၼ်ႇ)။

Rangoon: ‘army mutiny’ reported

Troops refuse to fire on crowds

Reports from Rangoon suggest soldiers are mutinying. It is unclear the numbers involved. Reports cite heavy shooting in the former Burmese capital.
The organisation Helfen ohne Grenzen (Help without Frontiers) is reporting that "Soldiers from the 66th LID (Light Infantry Divison) have turned their weapons against other government troops and possibly police in North Okkalappa township in Rangoon and are defending the protesters. At present unsure how many soldiers involved."
Soldiers in Mandalay, where unrest has spread to as we reported this morning, are also reported to have refused orders to act against protesters.
Some reports claim that many soldiers remained in their barracks. More recent reports now maintain that soldiers from the 99th LID now being sent there to confront them.
Growing numbers of protestors are gathering in Rangoon, with 10,000 reported at the Traders Hotel and 50,000 at the Thein Gyi market. The police are reported to have turned water cannons against crowds at Sule Pagoda.
Many phone lines into the Burmese state have now been cut, mobile networks have been disabled and the national internet service provider has been taken off-line.

Many phone lines into the Burmese state have now been cut, mobile networks have been disabled and the national internet service provider has been taken off-line.

‘Coup’ claimed in Rangoon

Than Shwe ‘deposed by No 2’
Military sources in Rangoon are claiming that the regime's number two, General Maung Aye (right), has staged a coup against Than Shwe, and that his troops are now guarding Aung San Suu Kyi's home. A meeting between him and Suu Kyi is expected. Maung Aye is army commander-in-chief and a renowned pragmatist.

Our diplomatic sources are also telling us that Aung San Suu Kyi has been moved to a police academy compound outside Rangoon, where she is expected to meet Maung Aye. As yet, though, we have no independent confirmation of this development

Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda ruled out sancitions against Myanmar.

Tokyo, Sep 28 (RIA Novosti) Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda Friday ruled out immediate sanctions against Myanmar, Kyodo News reported.Japan rules out sanctions against Myanmar 'Much of Japan's assistance (to Myanmar) is humanitarian,' Fukuda told reporters. 'We won't immediately impose sanctions and should rather think about how this situation can be resolved.'The Japanese Foreign Ministry said Thursday that Kenji Nagai, 50, from Tokyo, was shot during clashes between security forces and anti-government demonstrators. The Japanese Embassy in Myanmar has confirmed that Nagai was shot in the chest.'I was told it was most likely instant death from massive loss of blood,' a Japanese government spokesman said. The US Thursday had imposed financial sanction on 14 top leaders of the Myanmar junta. The last anti-Junta demonstrations in Myanmar were led by students in 1988. Security forces opened fire on crowds and around 3,000 people were killed.

ၶႅပ်းႁၢင်ႊၵုိၵ်းပုိၼ်း ဝၼ်းထီႈ ႒႗ႉ႙ႉ႐႗

သုိၵ်းမ်ႂႇႄလႈႛဝ်သုိၵ်းမ်ႂႇ (DSA) ေတၶဝ်ႈၸွႆႈသင်ႇၶႃႉႄလႈၵူၼ်းမူိင်း 28 Sep 07, 19:11

လႆႈၶၢဝ်ႇဝႃႈၸုမ်းလုၵ်ႈႁဵၼ်းသုိၵ်းမ်ႂႇႄလႈႛဝ်သုိၵ်းမ်ႂႇDSAတင်းေၸႊဝဵင်းပၢင်ဢူ(ႄမႊမျဵဝ်ႉ)ေတလူင်း ဝဵင်းလူိဝ်ႇယဝ်ႉ။ၸူိဝ်းၶဝ်ဢမ်ႇမီးၶူိင်ႈၵွင်ႈလၢၵ်ႈၼၢၵ်ႈသင်။လႆႈႛႉၶၢဝ်ႇဝႃႈၶဝ်ဢမ်ႇမူိၼ်ႇၸုၵ်းတူၺ်းလႆႈ လွင်ႈသုိၵ်းမၢၼ်ႊမူိၵ်ႈမ်ႂႈေတႃႇသင်ႇၶၸဝ်ႈႄလႈၵူၼ်းမူိင်းၸူိဝ်းႄၼၵၢင်ၸ်ႂၵတ်းၵတ်းယဵၼ်ယဵၼ်ၼၼ်ႉၼႆယဝ့်။ၵွပ်ႈလႆႈၶၢဝ်ႇၸူိင့်ၼႆႄလႈၽူႈၵႂၢၼ်းႛင်းႁဵၼ်းDSAႜင့်ႁဵတ်းပၢင်ၵုမ်လုၵ်ႈႁဵၼ်းၶဝ်မူိဝ်ႈၽုၵ်ႈၼႆႉ ၼႆယူႇယဝ်ႉ။