Myanmar violence: Thousands flee fresh fighting in Kachin stateThousands of people have fled renewed fighting between the army and ethnic Kachin rebels in Myanmar’s northernmost state. Some 4,000 people have been driven from their homes since early April, according to the UN. It comes as a longstanding conflict between the Kachin Independence Organisation (KIO) and government troops escalates.
Burma troops attack Kachin rebelsBurmese troops have launched an attack on ethnic Kachin rebels in the north of the country, breaking a short-lived government ceasefire. Government forces attacked a Kachin base a few kilometres from Laiza, the biggest town controlled by rebels in the state, near the border with China.
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