A local mother and her 5-year-old daughter are killed, and two others injured, by artillery fire in latest clash in Kutkai Township.
Northern Alliance spokesperson says MNDAA troops were transporting Laukkai hotel workers to a safe place.
Chinese authorities estimate that more than 20,000 are seeking refuge across the Chinese border in Yunnan Province.
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Ta’ang National Liberation Army says clashes in the area are likely to be ongoing and ‘quite serious.’
Disagreements between the government, the military, and ethnic armed groups over the peace process help explain the MNDAA’s attack in Laukkai.
Ministry of Defense confirms the attack, says it will damage peace and stability of the nation.
Search for solutions will have to address some of the ‘causes and consequences’ of conflict: UNODC representative.
The shelter’s residents tend to farmland and rear livestock, but their produce is shunned at local markets due to stigma around the disease.
Ethnic Pa-O participants complain of discrimination while leaving the Taunggyi CSO forum, but organizers blame the walkout on ‘a misunderstanding.’
‘Let us continue the pilgrimage to peace—not return to war.’ His Eminence Cardinal Charles Bo makes a plea for peace and an end to conflict in Myanmar.
Four students and the truck’s driver were killed, while 17 people were injured in Mong Kung Township, southern Shan State.
Sai Ba Nyan, volunteer vice chairman of a northern Shan State IDP camp with more than 900 people, feels that Burma’s govt has forgotten about them.
The family members release a five-point statement on the 70th Union Day anniversary in Panglong town, Shan State.
The event at the Restoration Council of Shan State’s headquarters reflected the organization’s legal standing and promoted Burma’s peace process.