Nang Pu was release Friday after serving four months for defaming the military over a protest to support families displaced by the civil war. Two colleagues remain behind bars.
“I don’t want to see fighting. I want to live a peaceful life. I am not afraid of soldiers, but I am afraid of guns,” said Daw Khin Mar Swe, the headmistress of Nanpyin Villa
Fortify Rights launched its report regarding human rights violations against displaced civilians in Kachin State and northern Shan State on Thursday.