Follows a Nov. 29 landmine incident around Kaihtik of Burma Army LIB 336 hitting KIA anti-personnel mine and KIA subsequently triggering two Burma Army mines
Burma Army MOC 7 soldiers captured Nga Nga Hkyet Post from KIA 27th Battalion in Mansi Township, Kachin State, on Nov. 30, pressing 27th east of the Mansi-Namkham highway.
A villager stepped on a landmine around Tha Yet Pyin Village in Buthidaung Township, Arakan State, losing a leg amongst other injuries at 11am, Dec. 2.
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 22km NNW of Falam, Burma
Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 - 55km WNW of Mogok, Burma
Earthquake of magnitude 5.4 - 26km WSW of Thayetmyo, Burma
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 20km SW of Thayetmyo, Burma
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 49km SE of Kakching, India
Myanmar is the only government whose security forces deployed landmines in the last year, according to a new report by Landmine Monitor @MineMonitor
On Nov. 22, at 06:30, approx. 50 Burma Army LID 101 soldiers battled with TNLA 4th Brigade coming from Manmau. They fought between Manmau and Huhkin in Namhsan Township, northern Shan State.
On Nov. 22 at 15:00 KIA militiamen (MKM) at Nmwi Zup Post detonated a remote mine at 40 Burma Army soldiers, wounding three, as they came from Hpau Mung Dung Village, Waingmaw Township.
At 07:00, Nov. 13, two heavy artillery rounds hit near Ta'ang Education Center (TEC) between Galeng Village and Kutkai, displacing 72 TEC students to Kutkai, no injuries.
3 month ago
Yesterday & today the flights between Myanmar military & Arakan Army (AA) resulted 3 Rohingya injured and 1 dead in Buthidaung. At least a dozen of Rohingya houses were burnt to the ground
Major escalation in Myanmar's Rakhine conflict - first foreigners known to be abducted by the Arakan Army
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 50km ESE of Myaydo, Burma
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 55km SSW of Mawlaik, Burma
4 month ago
Video footage. Myanmar army burned down Ngya Yone Taung village in Buthidaung township, Rakhine State, when internet is cutting off on 14 July 2019
4 month ago
UN in Myanmar calls for internet resumption in areas under shutdown in Rakhine State.
Myanmar soldiers are using airstrikes on AA rebels in Myebon area of Arakan (Rakhine), for the last 5 days, firing launchers & other heavy weapons into villages, causing death to civilians in the area
UN: 600,000 Rohingya at risk of genocide in Myanmar
Bangladesh has cut off access to the Internet for Rohingya refugees in camps there
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 20km SW of Mawlamyinegyunn, Burma
5 month ago
Heavy rains continue in Cox's Bazar. Flooding & damage in settlements & host communities in Teknaf area. Emergency Response Teams & volunteers are on the ground to help those affected, ensuring temporary relocations where necessary, assessing damage & keeping refugees safe
Earthquake of magnitude 4.8 - 37km NNW of Chauk, Burma
Myanmar's biggest airport closed after Chinese-made military plane skids off runway
Earthquake of magnitude 5.5 - 26km NW of Shwebo, Burma
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 75km SE of Khonsa, India
6 month ago
A Rohingya woman talks to these massive crowds of refugees in the Bangladeshi camps at the memorial for the attacks that forced most of their population into becoming refugees. The UN has called those attacks genocidal
"Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh say they haven't been sufficiently consulted or informed and it's clear that Rakhine state remains too dangerous for them to return," adds Sullivan
"The idea of repatriating of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar at this time and under rushed circumstances raises serious concerns about whether the process is truly safe and voluntary," says Daniel Sullivan, @RefugeesIntl sr. advocate for human rights