The Burmese government and military are “weaponising” aid access in Kachin State, which could amount to war crimes, according to a new report released by Fortify Rights.
With 1.2 million refugees originating from Burma and tens of thousands more uprooted inside the country, the Southeast Asian nation was the source of the fourth-largest population of displaced people…
We need to control those coming to Myanmar, and make sure they follow the rules.”
Ministry of Home Affairs says the bodies had “penetration wounds on the left cheek” and the backs of their heads had “exploded”.
DVB sat down with Khon Ja to reflect on the year gone by and what the outlook for 2018 looks like in Kachin State.
A Burmese army battalion was camped nearby, and soldiers from that unit have always been suspected of involvement.