Two Kachin pastors who went missing last month and were feared dead are alive and in Burmese Army custody, according to the Office of the Defence Services’ Commander-in-Chief.
Human rights organisations have called on the government to investigate the disappearance of two Kachin pastors in northern Shan State.
Govt administrator says it may take some time to repair schools that were partially destroyed by artillery shelling during the two-week conflict.
The eight militias, including the KNU, said that they strongly object to any attempt to label the Northern Alliance as terrorists.
According to a local law enforcement official, the police officers were killed by the rebel Northern Alliance.
Burmese military air strikes outside northern Shan State’s restive Mongko town, near the China border, left three civilians dead, including a child, and six others injured on Sunday, according to…