Displaced residents who fled to China earlier this month to escape renewed fighting in Kachin State are suffering from a shortage of food and aid.
An explosion at a cigarette factory in Namhkam township, northern Shan State, has left several people hospitalised and has raised suspicions that it was a planned attack. Meanwhile IDPs forced to flee the fighting are running out of food and shelter.
Burma vows to protect aid workers in Arakan State after a briefing by the Arakan Commission concluded the government’s response to the violence was “sluggish”.
Lisu villagers who fled their homes in Shan State have been provided relief by Lashio locals. Meanwhile the TNLA deny allegations of abuse against the villagers.
Many displaced residents of the Meikhtila violence last March feel as though they have been forgotten.
About seven thousand Muslims and Buddhists who were displaced by the violence in Meikhtila have returned to their homes. But despite their return, the community remains divided.
Displaced residents start to pack up to return home after they were evacuated due to Cyclone Mahasen.
Authorities are struggling to evacuate tens of thousands of people from low-lying camps before Cyclone Mahasen reaches the coast.
Thousands of people remain vulnerable in western Burma’s Arakan state as Cyclone Mahasen makes its way closer to the coast.
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