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Humanitarian aid workers have reported that camps in Mindat Township, Chin State, where internally displaced people (IDPs) have sought refuge, are currently under a serious threat of food shortages, necessitating urgent aid.
“Instilling fear into the public is because the regime themselves are being afraid of. They fear the unity of the public.”
This interview with Ko Nan is about the regime’s violence against the public strike, the actions of the regime that instil fear and oppression into the public, the participation of people in ongoing protests and the messages he wants to convey to the regime.
Than Lwin Times
Major rival two Shan armed groups taking cease-fire is early to take judgment because of this resistance groups don’t make decisions based on majority consent only a leader or leadership wish and whim. It seems both Shan armies are calculating the cost-benefit.
Ai Sai (Mao Land)
SHAN NATIONAL UNITY: Will the two Shan armies’ ceasefire lead to solidarity of the whole Shan State?
Right now the SSPP and RCSS are negotiating on demarcation of troops deployment in central Shan State, on which the SSPP has advanced into in the process of pushing RCSS from northern Shan State to southern Shan State.
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) expressed deep concern on Monday about the apparent decision by the Bangladesh government to seek one billion dollars from the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to cope with the Rohingya refugee crisis
United News of Bangladesh (UNB)
There are several indicators suggesting that the rebels hold advantages on the battlefield. Given the junta’s brutality, the rebels can expect to draw on popular support.
Villagers are handing them plastic bags of food while telling them to return to boats, shouting, and threatening them with beatings. Another video published by Tribun Aceh shows Rohingya migrants being physically dragged back to their boat.
Nino Viartasiwi, Antje Missbach
At least 11 bodies were discovered in Kya Paing Village in Monywa Township in the resistance stronghold of Sagaing Region after the village was raided by junta troops and pro-junta Pyu Saw Htee militia groups on Saturday, residents and resistance forces said.
Among the detainees are 30 from the state capital Sittwe, 14 from Kyaukphyu, 11 from Taungup, six from Maungdaw, five from Ponnagyun, three from Pauktaw, two from Myebon, and two from Rathedaung townships.
"Yes, I have instructed the top security minister to collaborate with regional governments and the UNHCR to deal with the issue," the president remarked ahead of his departure for East Nusa Tenggara Province at the Halim Perdanakusuma Air Base, Jakarta, on Monday.