In the remote corner of jungle of north western Myanmar, a civil war you’ve never heard of is underway. The people of the Chin State are locked in a deadly conflict with Myanmar’s ruthless military machine – the Tatmadaw
The United Nations has released a new report that claims the actions of Myanmar's army may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity. These are violations of the highest order under international law. It is the UN's first comprehensive analysis since the military seized control Myanmar in February 2021.
Tens of thousands of people from war-torn Myanmar have fled across the border to India, as Myanmar's military continues to use brutal tactics to crush the uprising against its military coup.
The Indian state of Mizoram has become a safe haven for many of those who have managed to escape. It's also where injured pro-democracy fighters are now getting treated. As Aamir Peezada reports, India, who wants to maintain good relations with its neighbours, is now in a difficult position.
More than 100 houses burned recently when the Junta torched the town for the 26th times. Over 1,000 houses burned in the town since the coup.
A cry from a mother in Mindat. Please tell them, "They pooped in our pots and pans, pour diesel on our rice bags and killed livestock to let them rot without consuming."