The military council didn’t release any Kachin political prisoners or journalists detained since the coup when freeing 2,296 prisoners across the country last week. Although the junta released political prisoners and reporters from other states…
The Kachin Independence Army (KIA) and People’s Defence Force (PDF) attacked the Burma Army at three locations in Sagaing Region, according to reports from locals. KIA and PDF intercepted a military column interloping in KIA…
The Burma Army launched an airstrike on a Kachin Independence Army (KIA) position in what appears to be a retaliatory attack after the ethnic armed organisation attacked the military the same day.
The military council charged three religious leaders in northern Kachin State for violating 505 (a) of Burma’s Penal Code after they joined a prayer service organised by youths back in March.
Following a series of embarrassing military defeat during the conflict with the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), the Burma Army increased attacks on civilians, a Kachin Women’s Association of Thailand (KWAT) report has found.
Kachin farmers are concerned for their safety after the Burma Army planted many landmines around where they live and work without informing them.
The Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) threatened action against anyone exploiting land formally used as a cassava factory by Yuzana Co Ltd in Hukawng Valley, Kachin State.