The military regime released 12 political prisoners, including a journalist, from Mazup Yang Prison in Hpakant Township, Kachin State, on Monday, 3 October. Reporter Naung Yoe told KNG he and the others walked out of
Residents of Bhamo District are concerned of fighting starting with the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) after hundreds of regime troops from the Burma Army's (BA) Light Infantry Battalion 223 arrived in their village. “The soldiers
The Burma Army (BA) abducted 20 civilians, including three women, during fighting with the Indaw People's Defence Force (PDF), forcing them to serve as human shields after hundreds of junta troops from two columns were
Hundreds of civilians are unable to return to their village after regime soldiers occupied it after Kachin resistance fighters attacked them in Shwegu Township, Kachin State. “Some of the villagers were working on their farm
Seven villages have fled after hundreds of Burma Army (BA) soldiers were sent to Indaw from southern Kachin State and Sagaing Region, in the northwest, according to an officer of the Indaw People's Defence Force,
During fighting with the Kachin People's Defence Force (KPDF) in Shwegu Township, Kachin State, a seven-year-old child was killed by government shelling and four other children and a woman, who lost her leg, were wounded.
The Kachin Independence Army (KIA) and other groups resisting the military regime attacked a Burma Army (BA) column from Light Infantry Battalion 301 as the soldiers were travelling in Indaw Township, Kachin State. According to