The Ta-ang National Liberation Army has claimed that they have seized over US$190,000 worth of narcotics in northern Shan State in one day.
The family of a teenager who was shot in Kutkai Township, Shan State, in July blames the Burmese Army for his death and is demanding an investigation.
According to villagers in Shan State’s Namhsan township, The Ta’ang (Palaung) National Liberation Army (TNLA) are forcefully recruiting people into their ranks and are executing those who refuse.
Armed ethnic minority groups and state officials are continuing to negotiate potential peace deals, while Aung San Suu Kyi has been meeting with many of the groups at her home…
The DKBA has formed a new political wing with the hope that they will be able to begin negotiating with Burma’s parliament in the near future
Supreme Court in Burma won’t hear case into Kachin woman believed to have been abducted last year by Burmese troops