The Karen National Liberation Army and Kachin Independence Army have reported successful attacks on regime forces in Karen State and Sagaing Region.
Observers think the Arakan Army has been asking the United Wa State Army for arms, especially anti-aircraft weapons, to deter repeated Myanmar junta airstrikes.
Observers say the regime’s control is increasingly confined to urban areas and major roads.
Regime troops have reportedly been attacked in northern Shan as fighting spreads across the border with Kachin State.
Junta soldiers escorting a military flotilla in Katha Township called in air and artillery strikes after being ambushed on the banks of the Irrawaddy River.
Regime airstrikes and arson attacks destroyed an entire village in Hpakant Township, while fighter jets bombed a village outside the Kayah State capital.
A combined force of the Kachin Independence Army and local resistance groups captured the camps in Hpakant Township.
The Kachin Independence Army and its allies have been trying to seize control of a key road in Kachin State.
The Kachin Independence Army and resistance groups have been targeting regime forces in Sagaing Region.
Large numbers of regime troops are reportedly pinned down in the jade-mining hub of Hpakant.
Daily Myanmar military patrols have been reported following a KIA attack on the base of a junta-controlled ethnic Lisu militia group in Waingmaw Township.
Regime gunships indiscriminately attacked four villages in Sagaing Region in yet another war crime.
The Kachin Independence Army and other resistance groups attacked a police out-post in Indaw Township.
Several armed groups that are currently fighting the regime snubbed Min Aung Hlaing’s earlier invite to talks.
The Kachin Women’s Association of Thailand report accuses the regime of war crimes and crimes against humanity.