Burma has declined to grant visas to three UN-appointed experts to look into allegations of abuses against the armed forces.
Tagged: war crimes
In the second of a two-part special on war crimes, panellists on DVB Debate discuss the systematic use of rape by the Burmese army.
In the first of a two-part special on war crimes, DVB Debate discusses the military’s use of child soldiers.
Mother of two ‘beaten, drugged and sexually assaulted’ by uniformed men near Thai border, Karen Women Organization says
Man charged under Unlawful Association Act after entering rebel territory whilst forced portering for the Kachin Independence Army
Political reforms in Burma prompt retreat over support from Britain, US and others for inquiry into crimes committed by Burmese regime
Second village burned by Burmese troops in space of a month as Kachin army struggles to defend Waingmaw base from heavy attacks
Opposition calls on President Zuma to revoke accreditation of Myint Naung, who is believed to be implicated in deaths of civilians
Women’s League of Burma accompanies release of film with call for efforts to increase on implementing a UN war crimes probe
Families of civilians in Kachin war zone abducted by the Burmese army to porter supplies forced to pay $600 fee for their return
Monks among group of 35 civilians forced by Burmese troops to accompany an operation in volatile Shan state district
Burmese soldiers loot villages and attack inhabitants as heavy fighting against the Shan State Army continues across the state
Children as young as 10 this week forced to accompany Burmese army column through volatile stretch of Shan state
Tomas Ojea Quintana preparing for visit next week, a year after he was denied a visa due to public support for UN rights probe