Flood aid carrier truck accidents in Indo-Myanmar border

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A report said that a truck, which carried 250 bags of rice and other food items for flood affected people in Chin state, was accident on the way from Merabawk area, 8 km from Chawngtlai village, Indo-Myanmar border at 2:30 am on 19 August.

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KIO’s donation reaches to flood-victims in Myanmar

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The donation Kyat 100 millions of Kachin Independent Organization (KIO) had shared and distributed to flood affected people in Chin state and other two regions by Chin Disaster Response Coordination on 14-15 August at a meeting in Yangon.

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