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Powerful Shan Party Refuses to Re-Register Under Myanmar Junta’s New Law
SNLD general secretary Sai Leik talked to The Irrawaddy recently about the party’s decision not to re-register with the junta-controlled UEC, and how the party will continue to play a role in Myanmar’s politics regardless.
Myanmar Regime Reinforcement Convoy Ambushed by Resistance in Chin State
Myanmar junta troops have suffered heavy casualties after being ambushed by resistance forces while heading to Matupi and Mindat townships in Chin State.
Woman, 78, Killed, Hundreds of Homes Torched in Myanmar Junta Raid in Sagaing
Myanmar regime troops on Friday raided Tham Mar Yoe Village, Wetlet Township in the anti-regime stronghold of Sagaing Region, torching 269 houses and killing an elderly resident, according to residents.
Myanmar Junta Chief Visits Sagaing as Terror Campaign Intensifies
Myanmar junta boss Min Aung Hlaing on Sunday visited Sagaing Region, the hotbed of resistance to the military regime in central Myanmar, where he met junta personnel in Monywa serving under the Myanmar military’s Northwestern Command.
Indian Border Security Force’s Incursions Into Myanmar Alarm Chin Residents
Members of the Assam Rifles, an Indian border security force, have entered Paletwa Township twice so far this year, causing concern among ethnic Chin residents and resistance groups in Myanmar’s Chin State.
Hein Htoo Zan
More Than 50 Myanmar Junta Troops Killed in Five Days of Attacks: Magwe Resistance
At least 51 Myanmar junta troops were killed during five days of repeated attacks by local resistance forces in Tilin Township in the Magwe region between Wednesday and Saturday of last week, according to the Yaw Revolution Army-Tilin (YRA-Tilin).
Myanmar: Will The Junta Come Out From Their Cocoon To Accept Rohingyas? – OpEd
The visiting envoys have observed that the security situation in Rakhine is now stable. It is favorable to start the repatriation process. The question is whether Myanmar will start the repatriation process this time or will it end in smoke?
Should ICC be equally active in Myanmar too?
The people of Myanmar may be in solidarity with their Ukrainian brethren, but they have every reason to be infuriated by the contrasting response from the international community to the crisis they face at home.
Dr Arpita Hazarika
UNHCR statement on Bangladesh, Myanmar bilateral pilot project on Rohingya returns
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is aware of the visit of a Myanmar delegation to Bangladesh to meet with a group of refugees on a bilateral pilot project between the two countries on possible returns. UNHCR is not involved in these discussions.
The Guardian view on the forgotten Rohingya refugees: lives without futures
More than five years after hundreds of thousands fled Myanmar, conditions in Bangladesh are deteriorating