October 8th, 2021 The total number of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has reached around 100,000 after the military council cut off internet and mobile in Sagaing Region. The military council is increasing troop deployments in Sagaing Region, according to locals and relevant organizations.
The people from more than 20 villages in Kyutkai Township in northern Shan State are facing livelihood difficulties, according to the villagers and aid groups.
October 11st, 2021 A pregnant woman from the IDP camp in the west of Demawsoe Township in Karenni State died on the way to a clinic in Loikaw, according to the victim’s niece.
October 4th, 2021 Eight months after the attempted coup on February 1st, Myanmar sees an escalation of armed conflicts and deteriorating humanitarian crises, according to a joint webinar of nine civil societies organizations (CSOs) including the Progressive Voice on October 4th.
October 1st, 2021 The military council’s plan to speed up peace processes is impractical. It is just a lip service, the Karen National Union (KNU) responded.
September 29th, 2021 A woman and her child were severely wounded by heavy shells fired by the military council’s troops near Mankhar village in Mongkoe sub-township in the northern Shan State on September 27th.
An interview with a 17-year-old youth charged with the Anti-Terrorism Law September 28th, 2021 Myanmar military arrested 27 people from Letkar village in MraukU Township in Arakan State on April 10th, 2019. Among the detainees, Ko Zaw Myo Tun,25, U Thein Tun Sein, 35 and U Maung Than Nu, 40 died during the interrogation session. […]
September 27th, 2021 Locals said they have no access to information due to internet cut-off in eight townships of Chin State where fighting took place between the military council’s troops and the Chinland Defense Force (CDF).