Burma has discharged 42 children and young people from its armed forces, UN agencies said Monday, urging increased efforts to free child soldiers as the country emerges from military rule
Burma’s military marched in front of the presidential palace to mark the 68th anniversary of Armed Forces Day.
Burma says army must grow by more than 25,000 troops each year as observers fear aggressive recruitment of civilians
Captain and sargeant among group of five Burmese army personnel being held at Kachin Independence Army headquarters
22-year-old man shot after failing to stop at an army checkpoint in Karenni capital Loikaw dies of his wounds in hospital
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