Insurgent militant group claims to have shot down a military helicopter in Myanmar

Insurgent militant group claims to have shot down a military helicopter in Myanmar

Insurgent militant group claims to have shot down a military helicopter in Myanmar

Yangon: The Kachin Independence Army, a rebel group in Myanmar, has claimed that its fighters shot down a military helicopter returning from a bombing.According to the International News Agency, the rebel group in Myanmar has claimed to have shot down a military helicopter in the village of Moimok in Kachen province, saying that the helicopter was returning after bombing the village.A statement from the rebel group said Myanmar’s warplanes had bombed the village while the helicopter was firing on people. The helicopter was returning after the airstrike when it was hit by a rocket launcher.

Local media also confirmed the crash of a military helicopter in Kachin, saying that smoke could be seen rising from a wrecked helicopter in the fields, but the crash has not been officially confirmed or confirmed.In Myanmar, the military overthrew the democratic government and seized power, detaining 75-year-old Aung San Suu Kyi and imposing a one-year state of emergency.

Insurgent militant group claims to have shot down a military helicopter in Myanmar

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