Friday, June 4, 2021

Afghanistan: Over 100 Taliban terrorists killed in clashes with Afghanistan forces


Over 100 Taliban terrorists were killed in fighting with government forces across the country, as per Afghan Defence Ministry.

According to Khaama Press, the Ministry stated that clashes between Afghan government forces and the Taliban have left more than 100 terrorists dead. During the operations, 50 terrorists were wounded, a number of weapons were seized and some amount of ammunition was destroyed.

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Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Burma-Myanmar: Kachin Independence Army (KIA) uses artillery on Putao airport


The Kachin Independence Army (KIA) launched an artillery attack on Putao airport on Tuesday morning.

The KIA fired three artillery shells into the airport compound at around 4am but missed the runway.

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Saturday, May 29, 2021

Philippines: Young ex-rebel in Samar shares armed struggle ordeal


Broken promises, difficulty of living in the mountains in Samar, and being on the run from government forces for six years prompted Dominador Cabab, 28, to completely sever ties with the New People’s Army (NPA).

The news about the assistance being given by the national government to the rebels who turned their backs on the atrocities of the terror group, solidify his wishes to fulfill his longing to return to his normal life.

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Monday, May 24, 2021

Burma-Myanmar: Around 40 military junta troops killed by Karenni People’s Defense Force (PDF) and Karenni Army (KA) in Kayah State


Around 40 regime soldiers have reportedly been killed during fierce clashes by the Karenni People’s Defense Force (PDF), formed by civilian resistance fighters, and the Karenni Army in Kayah State on Sunday.

A clash broke out in Moe Bye on the Shan-Kayah state border on Sunday morning with the regime forces indiscriminately firing artillery shells at civilian houses, injuring two civilians and destroying homes, according to a member of the Karenni PDF.

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Monday, May 17, 2021

Afghanistan: Fighting resumes in Helmand as Eid al Fitr truce ends


Fighting between the Taliban and Afghan government forces has resumed in the restive southern province of Helmand, officials said, ending a three-day ceasefire agreed by the warring sides to mark the Eid al Fitr holiday.

Violence has soared as the United States military presses ahead with a plan to withdraw all of its troops by September, bringing an end to a 20-year military operation in Afghanistan.

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