U.N. says estimated 100,000 displaced by Myanmar violence

FILE PHOTO: People displaced by fighting in north-western Myanmar between junta forces and anti-junta fighters walk in Chin State

(Reuters) - The United Nations said on Tuesday an estimated 100,000 people had been displaced in Myanmar's Kayah State by recent violence, including "indiscriminate attacks by security forces" against civilian areas.

"The United Nations in Myanmar is concerned about the rapidly deteriorating security and humanitarian situation," the United Nations in Myanmar said in a statement.

(Writing by Matthew Tostevin; Editing by Martin Petty)