Sunday, January 14, 2024

Burma-Myanmar: Military junta confirms temporary ceasefire with rebels


Myanmar’s ruling military confirmed on Friday that it had agreed to a “temporary ceasefire” with an alliance of ethnic minority armies at a China-mediated meeting.

“We have plans to further discuss and strengthen the ceasefire agreement,” junta spokesperson Zaw Min Tun told reporters.

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Sunday, December 24, 2023

Burma-Myanmar: Brotherhood Alliance seizes another ethnic zone in Shan State


The Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) on Friday evening seized Mantong Town, completing its takeover of Palaung Self-Administered Zone in northern Shan State, TNLA officers confirmed on Saturday.

The town was seized after the TNLA – an ethnic Palaung army – routed the junta’s Infantry Battalion 130, which was based in Mantong.

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Friday, November 17, 2023

Burma-Myanmar: More Myanmar troops fleeing rebel attacks enter India


At least 29 more Myanmar soldiers entered India on Thursday fleeing an attack by insurgents on their military base close to the Indian border, an Indian police official said, as rebels step up their assaults against the ruling junta .

Earlier this week, 43 Myanmar soldiers entered India’s Mizoram state after their military bases were overrun by the rebels. Nearly 40 were sent back by Indian authorities through a different border crossing point a few hundred kms east.

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Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Burma-Myanmar: Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) strikes back at Myanmar junta’s Mandalay offensive


Myanmar junta troops suffered heavy casualties during intense clashes with the Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) in Mandalay’s Mogok Township on Saturday, according to the TNLA.

Fighting broke out twice on Saturday when troops from Light Infantry Battalions 88, 104 and 102 and Light Infantry Division 44 advanced into upper Nyaung Kone village in Mogok Township, a TNLA Brigade 2 stronghold.

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Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Indonesia: 5 from the West Papua Liberation Army (WPLA) fighters killed in clash with police


Five Papuan independence fighters were killed in a clash between security forces and a rebel group in Indonesia’s restive Papua region, police and rebels said Monday.

A joint military and police force killed the five fighters from the West Papua Liberation Army, the armed wing of the Free Papua Movement, in a battle on Saturday with dozens of rebels armed with military-grade weapons and arrows in the hilly Serambakon village in Papua Highland province, said Faizal Ramadhani, a national police member who heads the joint security force.

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