“Our fighters were detained by a trap after entering the village as the Pyu-Saw-Htee said they would surrender,” said a resistance fighter.
30 The News For 30 July 2021
Many people are refusing Chinese vaccines, citing concerns over their effectiveness and saying they won’t accept help from an ally of the military regime.
The Shan Nationalities League for Democracy says it continues to recognize its successful general election candidates.
Villagers from Yinmarbin have fled into the forests after junta troops raided their villages and ransacked their homes; the troops are hunting PDF fighters in the area.
The Gyaing River near the border trade hub of Myawaddy is above its danger level, meaning the flow of goods needed to fight COVID in Myanmar could be cut off soon.
Thandwe hospital was flooded while the Rakhine State town battles coronavirus.
The ethnic armed group faces a major coronavirus outbreak in Kachin State.
Regime will open ten new crematoriums in Yangon rather than focusing on fighting the deadly third wave of coronavirus.
Speaking in Singapore while on a tour of SE Asia, Lloyd Austin said the US would work with partners in the region to urge the regime to “move in the right direction”.
The Maina camp housing about 3,000 people is in need of PPE and food; four sick IDPs were taken to hospital and tested positive for COVID-19.
Ma Thu Thu Zin and a fellow protester died and another was wounded after being shot by regime forces; the Mya Taung column has been protesting daily since February.
The junta has stopped reporting coronavirus deaths among its personnel.
100 oxygen cylinders destined for COVID-19 patients in Yangon were confiscated by a regime colonel at the Thai-Myanmar border in Myawaddy, Karen State.
The Norwegian company’s sale of its Myanmar unit to a firm with junta ties violates the economic grouping’s guidelines for multinational firms, their complaint alleges.
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