How the internet has redefined protest in Myanmar 02:48 Thailand has reportedly pushed back more than 2,000 people attempting to flee neighboring Myanmar following a series of air strikes carried out by the ruling junta in the southeast of the country . Activist group the Karen Information Center said 2,009 people are now internally displaced and hiding in the jungle, having been forced back into Myanmar shortly after crossing the border with Thailand. Thousands of people fled their homes in Myanmar's southeastern Karen state Sunday, after Myanmar's military jets carried out a bombing raid on villages controlled by an ethnic armed group. index The Karen National Union (KNU), which holds large swathes of territory in the borderlands with Thailand, had overrun an army post near the border, killing 10 people, Reuters reported. The reported influx of people fleeing into neighboring Thailand marks a new phase in the deepening crisis for Myanmar, which was thrown into turmoil when the military seized power in a coup on February 1 and ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi . The airstrikes follow a bloody military crackdown over the weekend that was widely condemned internationally . At least 114 people were reportedly killed by the junta's security forces on Saturday, in the deadliest day since protests against Gen. Min Aung Hlaing's military regime began two months ago. Myanmar security forces have killed at least 510 people since the coup, with 14 shot dead on Monday including children and young people, advocacy group Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) said. 'We don't want to have any influx into our area' The KNU said 3,000 people crossed the Salween River into Thailand, fleeing the military's aerial bombardments, and 2,000 were pushed back. Activist group the Karen Women's Organization (KWO), which operates within Karen state and refugee camps in Thailand, confirmed the air strikes had forced 10,000 people in the state from their homes, and 3,000 had crossed into Thailand. CNN has not been able to reach Thai authorities for comment, but Reuters cited Thichai Jindaluang, the governor of Thailand's Mae Hong Son province, denying refugees were being pushed back. When CNN reached out to Thailand's Foreign Ministry, they directed us to a statement published by local media from the ministry spokesman, Tanee Sangrat, saying, "Those reports cite information solely from non-official sources without confirming the facts from official sources on the ground which affirmed that no such pushback took place." Ethnic Karen villagers fleeing from air attacks by Myanmar military take rest in a jungle after crossing the Myanmar-Thai border in Mae Hong Son province, Thailand, on March 28. On Tuesday, Thailand's Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said officials had not forced refugees back to Myanmar, but they had spoken with some of the people who had entered Thailand. "After we asked questions (such as) what are their problems in your country, they said, 'there's no problem.' So, since there is no problem, can they just return home for the time being? We didn't force them (to return) with guns, we even shook hands and blessed them good luck," Prayut said in a media briefing. "We have to take care of them based on humanitarian principle. We have a lot of experience... There is no way we will push them back if the fighting is still ongoing. But if there is no fighting now, can they return to their home?" On Monday, Prayut said his government did not want refugees to cross the border but were preparing for a potential influx.https://www.cnn.com/2021/03/30/asia/thailand-myanmar-refugees-intl-hnk/index.html
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