Over 150 resistance fighters died in the same period as near-daily clashes with junta forces took place in southeast Myanmar’s Kayah.
Torrential downpours and landslides also struck Mon and Kayah states with further heavy monsoon rain expected in southern and western Myanmar.
Ultranationalist monk U Wasawa has threatened thousands of people in Sagaing to join pro-junta Pyu Saw Htee militia groups.
Regime gunships indiscriminately attacked four villages in Sagaing Region in yet another war crime.
UN warns the junta’s destruction of homes and continued fighting will prolong the suffering of the country’s 1.1 million refugees.
Tens of thousands of people in Sagaing and Magwe regions whose homes have been torched by junta forces remain defiant in their support for the revolution.
Thwarted by widespread civil disobedience and armed resistance, the military’s bid to illegitimately seize power has failed, bringing only civil war and economic collapse.
A heavily pregnant young woman had to flee her village in Karen State and gave birth to her second son in an IDP camp as regime artillery shells fell all around her.