Wang Yi was in Naypyitaw for three days but failed to meet with Min Aung Hlaing, who craves visits from foreign dignitaries as a form of recognition for his junta.
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The Karen National Union claims resistance forces have killed more than 2,200 regime soldiers between January and June this year.
Traders in Tamu, Sagaing Region fear revenge attacks for the killings by Pyu Saw Htee militia if they travel to India.
The regime has seized more than 40 civilians in Rakhine State since the Arakan Army abducted police and soldiers.
Residents from more than 10 villages in Tabayin Township were forced to flee their homes on Monday night in pouring rain.
Resistance groups nearly succeeded in capturing junta outposts in Pekon Township but regime forces counterattacked with artillery and troop reinforcements.
The Chin National Defense Force says it and its allies clashed with regime forces 11 times in May and June.
Than Shwe’s right-hand man Dr. Tha Yin Myat and his family are among the main donors to a $540,000 Yangon monastery likely opened to mark Min Aung Hlaing’s 66th birthday.
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