Intense clashes have been taking place between resistance groups and regime forces in Chin and Kayah states and Sagaing Region.
One of the major towns in Kayah State has seen intense clashes and repeated atrocities by junta forces against civilian targets.
The regime has sent reinforcements to Demoso in an attempt to regain control of the strategically important township.
The regime is accused of attacking a village in Kayah State where civilians are sheltering after fleeing fighting in the war-torn state.
Thousands of people have been displaced by fierce clashes between regime soldiers and resistance groups in Kayah State.
Residents continue to flee junta artillery and air raids, particularly in Loikaw and Demoso, with some sheltering in forests; aid efforts have been halted in some areas.
Regime forces steal from homes in the Kayah State capital Loikaw after majority of residents flee ongoing clashes.
Kayah PDFs claim the regime only controls 20 percent of Demoso town.
Some 20 regime soldiers were reportedly killed or wounded in the clash with Karenni resistance fighters.