Regime personnel captured by the Arakan Army were killed and wounded when junta jets bombed the cells where they were detained.
Junta forces are blocking transport routes in northern Rakhine as clashes with ethnic armed organization the Arakan Army continue.
Analysts said the junta is using the so-called peace dialogue to buy time and try and persuade ethnic armed organizations not to supply weapons to resistance forces.
Karenni resistance fighters attacked junta soldiers based in a village outside Demoso Town.
CSOs based in Myanmar and abroad said the regime’s peace dialogue is a sham designed to mislead the international community.
The use of the term ‘Never Cold Blooded’ by Myanmar’s revolutionaries shows how the country is being transformed by the fight against military dictatorship.
The Shan State Army-North and Shan State Army-South are in a long-running battle for control of territory in northern and central Shan State.
Captain Zay Thu Aung said the regime helicopter pilots who attacked a school last week would have seen the children they killed.
Coup leader Min Aung Hlaing is thought to want a new chairman of the Union Solidarity and Development Party ahead of the proposed 2023 election.
Min Aung Hlaing and Yawd Serk, leader of the Restoration Council of Shan State, are two strongmen locked in a dysfunctional relationship.
Prison staff are subjecting male and female political prisoners in Myingyan Prison to physical and psychological abuse.
Dr. Tun Min Latt has brokered the sale of weapons to the regime and is a long-time middleman for numerous Myanmar military businesses.
At least one senior junta officer trained in Japan has been involved in atrocities against the civilian population since the coup.
People who worked on the Norwegian-sponsored Myanmar Peace Support Initiative at risk from regime and in urgent need of support from the West.
Russia continues to supply the regime with military hardware being used to target civilians.