Arson attacks continue across resistance strongholds in Sagaing and Magwe regions.
Resistance groups in Magwe and Sagaing regions are reporting repeated regime arson and airstrikes.
United Nations special envoy Noeleen Heyzer this week asked regime chief Min Aung Hlaing to stop terrorizing civilians but arson raids have continued.
Regime troops were airlifted into Ye-U Township where they burned houses in five villages. No fighting had been reported in the area.
Almost 100 villages in Magwe and Sagaing regions have been torched by the regime this month.
Villagers in Salingyi and Yinmabin townships are suffering from heavy junta attacks.
Regime troops continue to raid villages in the resistance stronghold of Myaung Township, Sagaing Region.
Villagers from Ye-U Township said they cannot identify the burned bodies.
Yesagyo Township residents flee as around 100 regime troops raid villages.
A resistance fighter says they no longer have the weapons to repulse raids by regime forces.
The research group Data for Myanmar says the actual number of houses destroyed is probably far higher.
The regime is targeting the resistance stronghold of Khin-U Township in Sagaing Region.
Junta troops stationed in the hilltop town in Chin State staged their 26th arson attack on residences there late last month, an aid group said.
Regime troops have been raiding the area, which is a resistance stronghold.