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KNDO Leader General Saw Nerdah Mya and Major Saw Barwah Suspended from Duty; General Saw Shee Lay Becomes KNDO Commander-in-chief 

The Karen National Defense Organization (KNDO) commander-in-chief, general Saw Nerdah Mya and his colleague, major Saw Barwah have been suspended from duty, the Karen National Union (KNU) department of defense issued with a letter on January 17. In the order of statement written in Karen language, at the 35th Central Committee of the Karen National […]

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Eighth Grader who Lost Leg after Stepping on Mine in Need of Help for Medical Treatment

An young eighth grader man from Htet Myat Hle village, Ponnagyun township, Rakhine State, who lost one leg after stepping on a landmine is in need of help for medical treatment.  The eighth grader, a Mro ethnic, lost his right foot – it was broken off from the knee – while he was searching for […]

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Arakan Army (AA) and SAC Military under Military Tension in Rakhine 

In Rakhine, the Arakan Army (AA) and the SAC military are under military tensions in Kyauktaw township since January 17, locals say. “Till now, the SAC is still in Winsu village. Plus, they’re still taking a base at a Muslim clinic near that place. At Pi Chaung, the navy is deployed and they blocked all […]

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Three ABFSU Executive Members Arrested and Already Imprisoned for Over a Year for Activities for Rakhine Affairs and Anti-War Activities Given Long Prison Sentences

On December 30, Mandalay region’s Aung Myay township court sentenced three students of the All Burma Federation of Student Unions on state defamation sections. ABFSU students, Ko Phone Myint Kyaw was sentenced to two years in prison on state defamation section 505(a)(b), Ko Kyaw Thiha Ye Kyaw to one year on 505(a)(b) and Ko Soe […]

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Basic Military Training Graduation Ceremony of Myaung CDSOM Force Convened 

The No. (12) basic military training graduation ceremony of Myaung Township People’s Defense Forces and Security Forces (CDSOM) was convened in recent days. The military training was attended by more than 300 trainees and it was the twelfth time. For the training organized by the CDSOM, there were also cases where the parents of the […]

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Ko Wai Yan Phyoe Moe, Deputy Chairman of ABFSU, Sentenced to Two Years in Prison on State Defamation

Ko Wai Yan Phyoe, deputy chairman of the All Burma Federation of Student Unions, who was beaten and arrested on March 3 in Yangon region’s Tamwe township by the terrorist military has been sentenced on December 29 by Kyauktada township court on two of the charges he was sued on. Of PAPPL section and state […]

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Military Opens Schools and Declares to Hold Matriculation Exam within Five Months 

Military announced on December 29 that it would hold basic education high school level matriculation exam at the end of coming March, after reopening schools in the second week of November.  After committing the coup, the terrorist military reopened high schools but had to close down again in July due to Covid resurgence.  Within over […]

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Bodies of Civilians from Nat Chuang Village who were Attacked by Terrorist Military Airstrikes Retrieved 

Some bodies of civilians at Nat Chaung village of Sagaing region’s Kalay town which was attacked with artillery strikes by the terrorist military were retrieved on December 25.  Since December 23 afternoon, the terrorist military began firing near Nat Chaung village using helicopters; due to the attacks, there were civilian casualties and only some of […]