Military tensions are increasing in Rakhine State, as fears grow that informal ceasefire between AA and regime is breaking down.
Rakhine State has been largely peaceful since the coup, but there are signs the ceasefire between the AA and the junta may be breaking down.
After the coup, the regime stopped supplying displacement camps with rice.
The letter to President Xi Jinping from 558 organizations says Chinese projects should cease operations until the junta has been toppled.
The Rakhine State armed group says it will not tolerate regime interference in its new administration.
The Arakan Army forced the regime to release its members in Myanmar’s jails in exchange for sending a delegation to Naypyitaw.
Tensions are rising in Rakhine State as the informal ceasefire between ethnic armed organization the Arakan Army and the military regime breaks down.
The Arakan Army has used the ceasefire with regime forces in Rakhine State in western Myanmar to establish its own separate administration.
The detained National League for Democracy ministers face numerous charges from the military regime for alleged corruption.
Rakhine State’s regime-appointed spokesman claims the teenager was found with the victim’s phone and a bloody cloth.
Residents fear the Maungdaw killing could spark communal conflict between Muslims and Buddhists after a string of suspicious incidents.
Despite fighting insurgencies across Myanmar, the regime has advanced in Rakhine State, starting fighting in the only peaceful area of the country.
Locals fear that the junta will forcibly confiscate their land without compensation for a special economic zone in Rakhine State.
The military regime wants the farmland in Rakhine State’s Kyaukphyu for a China-backed special economic zone.
Dr. Tun Min Latt is reportedly involved in casinos, state power projects, the arms trade and payments after more than 700,000 Rohingya were forced from Rakhine State.