The Chin National Front tells The Irrawaddy that the regime now controls only towns and some major roads.
Two or three regime soldiers are being killed every day by mines and ambushes in the township, Chin resistance groups said.
New Delhi is fearful of renewed activity by Indian separatist groups based in Sagaing Region and allied to the military regime.
Chin National Army spokesperson tells The Irrawaddy that it is crucial that resistance groups nationwide collaborate to force the regime to fight on many fronts.
The Chin National Front talks to The Irrawaddy about how Indian rebel militias are fighting for the Myanmar military in Chin State and Sagaing Region.
Three of Myanmar’s oldest ethnic political organizations call on UN and ASEAN to declare no fly zone to protect civilians from regime’s indiscriminate air attacks.
The Irrawaddy looks at the individuals, groups and forces that shaped the course of events in one of the most tumultuous years in Myanmar’s modern history.
In an unusual move, all 15 members of the Council called for an end to fighting and urged the regime’s forces to show ‘utmost restraint’.
A regime-controlled newspaper claims that ethnic armed groups are taking advantage of political turmoil caused by the coup to further their own military goals.