Violence breaks out in Myanmar after election
World News: Deadly clash exploded on Monday between Myanmar management troops and ethnic minority rebels, prompting a migration across the border in the wake of an vote that the junta's proxies looked sure to win.

At least three civilians were killed when profound weapons fire hit the town of Myawaddy in Karen State, an official in the military-ruled country said. There was no in order on any troop casualties on also side.

Clashes were also report further south near Myanmar's Three Pagodas Pass.

Zipporah Sein, the Thailand-based universal secretary of the Karen National Union (KNU), said there had been fighting flanked by government forces and Democratic Karen Buddhist Army (DKBA) troops in the two areas.

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