Zing Thung Sunday said they often had to eat grass to survive while avoiding landmines and soldiers on their jungle trek after fleeing their village in Kachin State.
According to the records, the Tatmadaw threatened to “destroy” KIA bases it “does not recognize” in Kachin State if the group refused to withdraw.
Catholics from war-ravaged state hope papal visit will help restore peace
Tatmadaw targets two pastors, who are also charged with defamation.
As the killers of three Kachin men face a military court, their families’ heartache continues.
The success of Myanmar’s peace process hinges on how the govt, military, and ethnic armed organizations address the root causes of conflict collectively.