Nearly 300 families displaced by early fighting in Kachin State between the military and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) have returned to their homes in Waingmaw Township. A returnee, who requested anonymity, told KNG that
Some residents of Kachin State, affected by the war between the regime and resistance forces, have asked for training on how to deal with landmines after at least nine people, including children, were killed this
On Tuesday, a child was killed and two others were injured after they accidentally detonated a leftover shell in a village in Waingmaw Township. The students were playing after school with the shell they found
The Kachin Independence Army (KIA) destroyed the camp of a regime-affiliated armed group in Waingmaw Township. According to a male source with knowledge of what happened, several soldiers from the N'wan Yang People's Militia Force
The Kachin Independence Army (KIA) attacked the Wu Yang People's Militia Force (PMF) at its camp in Waingmaw Township on Thursday morning, 28 July, killing at least six PMF soldiers and wounding many others. "We
The Gway Htu People's Militia Force (PMF) has been coercing residents to support its gold mining operations in Waingmaw Township, even though the majority of people in the area in Kachin State are against it.
Villagers fear for their safety after the Burma Army (BA) showed up in their village in Waingmaw Township, which is also near Laiza, the de facto headquarters of the Kachin Independence Organisation, whose armed wing,
The Burma Army (BA) has launched a clearance campaign to drive the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) out of an area where it plans to build a strategic road from its camp in Waingmaw Township to