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Showing posts with label Kachin State. Show all posts
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Friday, July 23, 2021

Burma Army Pays Compensation To Family Of Murder Victim in Kachin State

Kachin News Group
Wednesday, July 21, 2021

The military promised to launch a investigate into three soldiers who allegedly raped and murdered a 51-year-old woman in Momauk Township last week.

On Monday, military officials from LIB-616 and LID-88 met with the victim's family in Nuam Lang village to apologize and give them 2.1M kyat ($1,276) in compensation.

“They said action would be taken against the three soldiers according to the law. They didn't call it a rape case, they said it's a murder case,” a local man close to the victim's family told KNG.

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

KIO/A Destroy Burma Army Camp After Protesters Killed in Kachin State

BNI
Kachin News Group
Monday, March 15, 2021

The Kachin Independence Organization/Army (KIA) destroyed a Tatmadaw camp on Thursday, March 11, after the military regime shot and killed peaceful protesters in Kachin State’s capital city, Myitkyina.

“We heard gunfire at 3 am. The next morning, when we went to look at the military camp there was nothing was left. It was burned to the ground,” said a local who requested for his name not used.

Friday, April 19, 2019

Women Are Increasingly Drawn to the Arakan Army’s Fight Against Myanmar’s Central Government.

RADIO FREE ASIA  
2019-04-18



Female Arakan Army recruits train with their male counterparts in northern Myanmar's Kachin state in an undated photo.

RFA video screenshot


The Arakan Army, which is battling the Myanmar military for autonomy in turbulent Rakhine state, has grown in both force strength and firepower since its formation in 2009 to the level that the rebel group can now launch successful offensives on police or military outposts. And its message is drawing as many young female recruits as men.

Friday, March 29, 2019

The Arakan Army and the ‘storm of the revolution’.


Frontier
MYANMAR

Friday, March 29, 2019


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Arakan Army deputy chief Brigadier-General Nyo Tun Aung during an interview at the group's base near Laiza. (Hkun Lat)

The deputy leader of the Arakan Army tells Frontier in the border town of Laiza in Kachin State about the group’s shift in focus to Rakhine State and why the Rakhine people may have to endure more suffering in the years ahead.

By YE MON | FRONTIER
Photos HKUN LAT

THE SECURITY situation in Rakhine State continues to worsen as fighting between a defiant Arakan Army and the Tatmadaw spreads to more townships, claiming more lives on both sides and displacing thousands of frightened and anxious villagers.

Shortly before the latest flare-up in fighting, Frontier interviewed the Arakan Army’s deputy chief, Brigadier-General Nyo Tun Aung, near Laiza, the town on the Chinese border where the Kachin Independence Organisation has its headquarters.

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