Twenty-one police and nine soldiers have joined the Civil Disobedience Movement since Sept. 7; three brought their weapons with them, the Chinland Defense Force said.
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Cung Biak Hum was killed and his corpse dismembered and looted when junta forces rampaged through Thantlang, Chin State.
Sean Turnell, a key economic adviser to the ousted State Counselor, and three Union ministers appeared in court for the first time since their detention in February.
Two activists working with displaced people in Kayah State and a grandmother and her grandchild have been detained for over a week and denied access to lawyers.
Singaporean Noeleen Heyzer established a working relationship with the previous military regime, and later with its proxy government, as head of ESCAP.
Internet access has been cut in parts of Upper Myanmar as the military regime tries to restrict the flow of information to civilian resistance fighters.
While foreign capitals uselessly call for peace, the regime’s atrocities worsen by the day, only serving to justify the National Unity Government’s call to arms.
A toddler aged two and a female relative were also seriously injured after drunken junta troops opened fire randomly.
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