Soldiers entered Say Taung and fired indiscriminately, while other troops fired on anyone attempting to flee, they say
Ministers have yet to disburse funds to area’s 10,000 IDPs, despite green light from state parliament
Trust between ethnic groups is breaking down, monasteries have become IPD camps and people are being forced to join ethnic armies.
Arakan Army displays IDs, claims at least 15 gov’t troops killed in Paletwa Township
Two Ta’ang groups say armed men in photos found on a memory card left in Mann Lee village have been identified as RCSS members
The missing ethnic Ta’ang have not been seen since fighting engulfed Mann Lee Village in Namtu Township on March 1.
Group claims responsibility for landmine that struck Sittwe-based coach reportedly carrying soldiers in Ponnagyun Township on Sunday.
Sick children are among the group, who lack food and shelter; they claim Tatmadaw torched their homes, aid worker says.
He says Tatmadaw wants to get peace talks on track and facilitate IDPs’ return; Myitsone Dam ‘in Parliament’s hands’
Residents held for questioning as troops search Ohn Chaung village after clash with AA
Second petition this month urges SSPP, RCSS to end armed territorial dispute in Hsipaw Township
New restrictions on aid activities in the area affect pre-existing programs which had been giving vital healthcare, water, education and emergency services to those in need.
U Zaw Htay says AA ‘not excluded’ from peace process; gov’t is prioritizing assistance to IDPs in Rakhine
Victims believed to be two Arakanese and one Rohingya resident of Buthidaung
The Rakhine State government issued a notice last week blocking non-governmental organizations and UN agencies from travelling to five townships of the conflict-affected state.