Chopper Crash Kills General

State media said that 13 of the 29 passengers and
crew aboard the helicopter had been rescued alive
while 14 were still missing and two, including Tin Oo, were confirmed dead


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    When the helicopter reached Tayokhla Village near the Salween River, Cpl Htein Lin Aung, who came along as a support trooper, attempted to shoot SPDC Secretary-2 Lt Gen Tin Oo

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    Tin Oo's death is likely to accelerate the factional struggle within the SPDC, as the more liberal factions see an opportunity to acquire some of the conservatives' waning power