A human rights group fortified right says Anthony Cannon commanders in Myanmar have admitted that their forces killed 25 men in June.
The commanders have been suspended from their post. But they deny any wrongdoing saying the men were spies for the military which seized power in february and detained elected leaders. The rights group says the killings amount to a war crime. The Kenyan militia is one of the country’s biggest ethnic armed groups providing shelter to those fighting against the military takeover in march.
Karen fighters seized the military post and the army retaliated with air raids. According to the U.N the clashes forced at least 100 000 people from their homes.