The NUG’s Human Rights Ministry has issued a statement identifying the victims, including seven children, and one of the military units involved.
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Defections and casualties are leaving the battalions under strength as troops burn down villages where they used to recruit.
Colonel Tin Moe Naing of Division 44 is being interrogated in Naypyitaw after a truckload of weapons and ammunition was sent into Karen National Union territory.
Fighting is increasing across Rakhine State as the Arakan Army increasingly establishes its own administration and seizes regime outposts.
The Shan State Army-North and Shan State Army-South are in a long-running battle for control of territory in northern and central Shan State.
The Catholic leader referred to the junta’s recent massacre of schoolchildren in Depayin, urging that their ‘cries not go unheard’.
By dealing with the junta and failing to engage the National Unity Government, UN agencies are allowing humanitarian assistance to be weaponized.
State Department Counselor Derek Chollet called for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s release and condemned the ‘growing authoritarian partnership between Moscow and the junta’.
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Coup leader Min Aung Hlaing is thought to want a new chairman of the Union Solidarity and Development Party ahead of the proposed 2023 election.
Min Aung Hlaing and Yawd Serk, leader of the Restoration Council of Shan State, are two strongmen locked in a dysfunctional relationship.
People who worked on the Norwegian-sponsored Myanmar Peace Support Initiative at risk from regime and in urgent need of support from the West.
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