Fighting between KNLA and DKBA Continues I am just waiting game over ! Fighting between KNLA and DKBA Continues By SAW YAN NAING AND SAI SILP Tuesday, July 1, 2008 The Thai army has sent in soldiers from its Mae 好房網 Sot-based 4th Infantry division to secure its border, while fighting between the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) and its breakaway group, the Democr 婚禮佈置atic Karen Buddhist Army (DKBA) continued near Pob Phra District in Thailand’s Tak Province, according to sources in the area. The headman of the village of Phadee in Po 裝潢b Phra District told The Irrawaddy on Tuesday that the Thai authorities had evacuated more than 200 villagers to Roumthaipattana 8 Village until the fighting finishes. Meanwhile, 帛琉 about 200 Karen villagers from Burma fled to the Thai side of the border and are currently taking refuge at the local school in Phadee, said sources. Col Apichet Suesat, commander of the 4th Infantry 房屋二胎division, an arm of the Naresuan Task Force, has ordered his troops to protect the villagers and defend any armed groups that flee to Thai territory, according to a report on Thai news website INN on Tuesday. A skir 西裝外套mish between the KNLA and the DKBA broke out on Monday at Valeki village, across the border from Phadee. One KNLA soldier was reportedly killed when DKBA troops backed by Burmese army units overran a military base belonging to KNLA Ba 21世紀房屋仲介ttalion 201. The KNLA is the military wing of the Karen National Union (KNU). The clash continued into Tuesday morning as troops from KNLA Battalion 201 tried to retake their military base, according to Maj Hla Ngwe, secretary of the KNU’s i 結婚西裝nformation department. Maj Hla Ngwe said the fighting restarted early on Tuesday morning and continued until noon. Half of the seized KNLA military base was retaken by KNLA Battalion 201, said Maj Hla Ngwe. However, he could not confirm the number of casualtie 土地買賣s. According to a report in Bangkok-based English newspaper The Bangkok Post , an estimated 100 Burmese soldiers from the 409th Light Infantry Regiment joined the DKBA Battalion 907 in attacking KNLA Battalion 201’s base on Monday. http://www.irrawaddy.org/article.php?art_id 酒店兼職=13077 .