The Irrawaddy’s latest roundup includes incidents in Rakhine and Kachin states, Magwe, Sagaing and Tanintharyi regions, and the junta’s administrative capital Naypyitaw.
Residents said the shells were fired from a local naval base; junta forces have been shelling parts of the Rakhine capital indiscriminately.
The Arakan Army has released a video of regime police and soldiers admitting to their involvement in the executions of seven Rakhine State civilians.
Attacks on hospitals and other civilian targets have intensified as the regime suffers a series of defeats on multiple fronts across the country.
The Kachin Independence Army seized Mabein in northern Shan State in January but the regime has declared martial law in the town and neighboring Mongmit.
Merchants complain junta currency rules, delays and policy chaos are hitting their business and fueling smuggling.
Those aged 18-35 landing at Sittwe Airport face interrogation and detention at a nearby military base, passengers said.
London urged the government in Hong Kong to reconsider the new security legislation’s vague definitions of ‘state secrets’ and ‘external interference’.
The KIA says it is attacking regime bases across Hpakant Township in Kachin State while residents report being trapped with no way of escaping.
Propaganda effort likely to fail as more young people consider fleeing Myanmar following the introduction of conscription.