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>> Claims of scorched earth tactics against
] boy's leg was blown off earlier this week, though Reuters can't independently confirm this.
Correspondent is in Bangladesh near the border.>> So Bangladeshi border guard commanders have already told us that at least>> Four people have been injured while they were trying to cross the border from Myanmanr. My sources in Dhaka, they tell us that they have photographic evidence and information from Seoul says that the mines had been planted over the last three days.Bangladesh is protesting the move.
Even though the land mines have been laid in it's too close to the border.>> Two more refugees say they say soldiers in the area just before the blast. And Bangladeshi authorities have ruled out as the culprits.>> They're basically pointing fingers to security forces even though they're not clarifying the people they know who planted the
>> Land mines wearing a uniform or not. Nevertheless they said they are sure they have not been planted by insurgents.>> Nearly 125, 000 members of the Muslim minority have fled Myanmar in the past two weeks. After an attack by insurgents triggered a military crackdown has left at least 400 people dead.
>> The UN Secretary General has called for an into the bloodshed saying the situation is close to ethnic cleansing. Myanmar says it's security forces are fighting a legitimate campaign against terrorists. It's among the few nations in the world to have ever signed UN treaty banning the use of Landmines