Summary of category VIO

2021

6 February

VIO Australian advisor to ASSK, Sean Turnell, detained.

 

7 February

VIO Police shot non-violent protesters in Myawaddy.

VIO Soldiers illegally entered and searched Daw Khin Kyi Foundation.

 

9 February

VIO Police shot Mya Thwe Thwe Khaing (19) in Naypyidaw, she is the first victim of the coup. She died of her injuries on 19 February.

VIO The police raided the NLD's headquarters in Yangon.

 

10 February

VIO The military reinstated an old law (abolished in 2016 by the NLD) requiring people to report overnight visitors to their homes. The amendment to the Ward or Village Tract Administration Law announced on a military-run Facebook page.

 

13 February

VIO The military threatened civil servants who refused to return to work.

VIO The junta issued arrest warrants for 7 people, including a singer, writer, think tank director, social media influencers, and former 88 generation student leaders Min Ko Naing and Jimmy, charging them under the Penal Code for “using their popularity to destabilize the country”.

 

14 February

VIO Armored vehicles rolled into several cities as the Internet shut down.

VIO Police opened fire to disperse protesters at a power plant.

 

17 February

VIO 17 MPs who formed the CRPH were issued arrest warrants.

VIO In Mandalay, railway staff blocking the train tracks in support of the CDM, security forces used rubber bullets and tear gas against them.

 

26 February

VIO The military intensifies the use of force in a bloodshed crackdown.

 

27 February

VIO Hundreds of people arrested (state-run MRTV reported 479) and dozens injured.

 

28 February

VIO The deadliest crackdown thus far, killing 18 protesters in a single day.

 

3 March

VIO 38 people killed by security forces, making it the bloodiest crackdown yet.

VIO Kyal Sin (19), of Burmese-Chinese descent, died after she was shot in Mandalay wearing a T-shirt "Everything will be OK", which quickly became a symbol.

 

7 March

VIO A ward chairman for the NLD in Yangon died after being taken from the home during a night raid.

 

8 March

VIO Security forces established bases in local hospitals, universities, and schools.

 

9 March

VIO NLD’s Zaw Myat Linn the second party figure died in detention.

 

10 March

VIO Police surrounded and arrested 200 students and civilians protesting in Yangon; driving them away in unmarked trucks.

 

14 March

VIO A brutal crackdown on protests with 74 people killed and 100 arrested.

VIO Chinese factories set on fire in Hlaing Tharyar and Shwepyithar townships in Yangon.

VIO The SAC declared martial law in Hlaing Tharyar and Shwepyithar townships following a violent crackdown in one of the deadliest days since the coup.

 

18 March

VIO NLD’s Information Team member Kyi Toe arrested by the military.

 

19 March

VIO 2 Australian business consultants kept under house arrest after attempting to leave Myanmar.

 

20 March

VIO 1000 people fled violence into India’s Mizoram State since the coup.

VIO At least 2 EAOs in Myanmar’s borderlands sheltering politicians, activists, journalists, and civil servants who fled.

 

23 March

VIO A 7-year-old girl killed in Mandalay.

 

24 March

VIO KNU blocked food delivery from Thailand for the military in Karen State.

VIO Bank employees ordered to go back to work, otherwise, they would end up on a blacklist of striking employees.

 

25 March

VIO Fighting between the military and KIA escalated; KIA seized 10 military bases.

 

27 March

VIO The military launched its first aerial attacks on KNU areas in 20 years, and displaced 20 000 villagers, and killed 22 civilians.

VIO 114 civilians killed in 44 towns across Myanmar in one day, making it the bloodiest day since the coup.

 

28 March

VIO The military opened fire in the Asia Royal Hospital in Yangon, and at a funeral, as people gathered to mourn the 114 people killed the previous day.

 

30 March

VIO U Kyaw Kyaw, a third NLD member died in detention.

VIO 10 000 villagers in Magway Region fled their homes, seeking refuge from the military in the forests.

 

9 April

VIO 80 people killed in Bago, marking another deadly day since the coup.

 

10 April

VIO A police station in Shan state attacked by the AA, TNLA, and MNDAA, killing 14 police officers.

 

12 April

VIO A girl (7) shot in an attack in the Sagaing Region following the deaths of soldiers over the weekend as residents resisted earlier raids.

VIO Thousands of people fled their homes after military raids in Magway Region.

 

13 April

VIO A military convoy in Kachin State attacked with explosives.

 

14 April

VIO 100 military troops killed in Kachin State. In response, the military carried out airstrikes, and fighting between the military and KIA intensified.

 

15 April

VIO Military jet fighters used Chinese air space to attack KIA bases in the Alaw Bum mountain.

 

16 April

VIO A day after prominent anti-coup leader Wai Moe Nang hit by a car, arrested, and taken by the military, a picture of him badly tortured went viral.

 

19 April

VIO The military dug up bodies and destroyed a monument created to honor civilians killed by their regime in Bago.

 

21 April

VIO Medics confronting routine attacks by the military: 139 medics face charges and the military threatened to revoke their passports and bar them from practice.

 

27 April

VIO 5 000 Kachin villagers fled to churches and monasteries due to intensified tension between the military and KIA and frequent airstrikes.

VIO At least 20 military troops killed in Chin State.

 

29 April

VIO 20 soldiers from the 77th Light Infantry Division killed during an attack by the KIA in Kachin State.

VIO 2 000 people fled to Thailand escaping ongoing military airstrikes near an IDP camp in Karen State.

 

2 May

VIO Several bomb blasts in Kyauk Myaung, Tharkayta, Thingangyun, South Okkalapa, South Dagon, and North Dagon.

 

3 May

VIO An NLD MP, 3 CDM policemen, and a villager killed by a parcel bomb in Pyay.

VIO KIA attacked a police station in Kachin; Police Chief killed and others injured.

VIO The military continued with lethal air attacks on villages in Kachin after a military helicopter shot down by KIA.

 

4 May

VIO Several bomb blasts in different locations – government offices in Magway, college in Mawlamyine, and military-run hospital in Yangon.

 

5 May

VIO Security personnel guarding the Chinese-invested pipeline deadly attacked.

 

7 May

VIO 16 military troops killed and several wounded during shootouts with civilian resistance forces in Sagaing Region. Protesters are using more sophisticated weapons against the military than in the beginning.

 

8 May

VIO The military suspended 1 683 striking teaching and administrative staff from 15 universities.

VIO ANC, the Rakhine nationalist group, joined the KNU in the fight against the military.

 

10 May

VIO Fighting between Border Guard Forces and KNU in Karen State, 11 BGF soldiers killed. 7 000 villagers in hiding.

 

12 May

VIO A standoff between the military and the local PDF in Mandalay Region ending with locals besieged, 30 people arrested.

 

13 May

VIO 15 villages emptied following the fierce fighting between the KIA and the military.

VIO The military detained between 50 and 100 civilians in a raid in Mandalay Region.

 

14 May

VIO The military raided civilian resistance fighters' camps in Chaung-U, Sagaing Region, and seized homemade firearms, air guns, and homemade bombs.

 

15 May

VIO Despite the martial law in Chin State, the fighting continued; the Chinland Defense Force seized 6 military trucks.

 

18 May

VIO The military cut off the drinking water supply to Mindat, Chin State, and attacked those who tried to get the drinking water.

VIO KIA attacked in Shan State 7 junta trucks carrying petrol from the Chinese border.

 

22 May

VIO 6 junta trucks destroyed in fighting in Sagaing Region.

 

23 May

VIO 40 military troops killed in Kayah State during fierce clashes by the Karenni PDF and the Karenni Army.

VIO 20 police officers killed and PDF seized a police station in Shan State.

 

25 May

VIO 20 police officers killed and PDF seized a police station in Shan State.

VIO Military airstrikes displaced 90% of the rural population of Mutraw, Karen State.

VIO Fighting between the KIA and the military intensified again in Kachin State.

 

26 May

VIO A veteran pro-democracy activist, who is the younger brother of the Chief of Police, died tortured in custody in Bago Region.

VIO The Karenni PDF opened a new front against the junta.

 

27 May

VIO The number of IDPs in the Sagaing Region reached 20 000 due to military raids.

 

31 May

VIO At least 80 junta soldiers killed during shootouts between military troops and Karenni civilian resistance fighters in Demoso.

VIO The military used artillery and helicopters against civilians in Kayah state; 37 000 people displaced in southeast Myanmar in recent weeks.

 

1 June

VIO The military bombed villages in Katha, Sagaing Region, a day after the Katha PDF ambushed a convoy of junta soldiers.

VIO The military shot at Buddhist monks from Ma Soe Yein Monastery who recited religious verses in protest against the military.

VIO The military invaded a refugee camp in Putao and threatened unarmed refugees with the suspicion that KIA intelligence stationed at the camp.

VIO 5 civilians accused of being military informants from two villages in Gangaw, Magway region found dead.

 

6 June

VIO Fierce fighting between the military and the Chinland's Defense Force of Mindat with 50 military troops and 3 civilian fighters killed.

 

9 June

VIO 400 soldiers arrived in Demoso; armed conflict is likely to escalate.

 

11 June

VIO The military destroyed supplies of rice and medicine intended for over 3 000 IDPs in Pekon, Shan State, who were forced to flee their homes after intense fighting.

VIO Pro-junta Pyu Saw Htee groups formed across Myanmar (with support from the military) to wage a campaign of violence and disinformation.

VIO A bomb exploded at a Chinese-backed clothing factory in Ayeyarwady Region.

 

12 June

VIO Myanmar junta accuses ethnic armies of bombings and of killing 25 workers.

 

14 June

VIO The military gave basic arms training to youths in Mandalay who were close to them.

 

15 June

VIO The military went on a rampage in dozens of villages in the Sagaing Region after clashes with local resistance fighters.

 

18 June

VIO The military trying to force striking school staff in Tanintharyi Region to return to work, after the reopening of public schools on 1 June flopped due to a lack of teachers.

VIO A military truck with soldiers blown up in Yangon.

 

22 June

VIO Mandalay PDF (formed by civilians) declared war on the military. Fighting broke out in Chan Mya Tharzi Township, with casualties on both sides, the 1st such clashes to take place in the city.

VIO 30 military troops killed in Sagaing.

VIO KIA attacked the regime's armed forces in Hpakant.

 

23 June

VIO A military informant in Yangon, who owned a tea shop and used it as a meeting place for the ultranationalist group Ma Ba Tha, shot dead.

VIO The military raided the home village of prominent anti-coup activist Dr. Tayzar San (who led demonstrations in Mandalay), detaining villagers and destroying their property.

 

24 June

VIO 15 military troops killed in Sagaing.

 

26 June

VIO A tanker ship carrying aviation fuel (which can be used for military and commercial aircraft) arrived in Yangon after departing from Singapore’s Jurong Island on 23 June.

 

27 June

VIO Military vehicles ambushed and 9 military soldiers killed during a shootout with the Kale PDF.

VIO Junta trucks entered and searched a village in Bago Region, entered the house of the village NLD leader, and said they found improvised explosives, 6 villagers arrested.

 

28 June

VIO Only 5-year-old Su Htet Wine detained at her home along with her 44-year-old mother and 17-year-old sister, taken as hostages by the military who were unable to track down her father, a local teacher and protest leader in the village.

VIO The military sentenced 16 Yangon residents to death over the murder of an alleged informant.

 

29 June

VIO Australian advisor

VIO 40 junta soldiers killed by the Chinland Defense Force during fierce clashes in Chin State.

 

30 June

VIO The military detained and charged 3 Christian pastors from Kachin State who organized prayer for peace in Myanmar.

 

2 July

VIO The military detained the 7-year-old son of the former head of the country’s COVID-19 vaccination program.

VIO 4 civilians tortured to death in military custody.

VIO The military forces killed 30 people in Depayin, Sagaing Region, since raids in the area began.

 

4 July

VIO “Mango” PDF (Thayet) formed in Thayet, Magway Region.

 

5 July

VIO 20 military personnel and 2 members of the PDF killed in a clash in Kawlin Township, Sagaing Region.

VIO The military returned to its tactic ‘four cuts’ to stamp out resistance to its rule, previously used against the Karen in the 1960s and the Rohingya in 2017.

 

6 July

VIO The military detained a 12-year-old boy along with 6 others after resistance fighters clashed with the military.

 

12 July

VIO The Karenni Army (KA) fought an all-day battle with the military across several locations in Kayah State; the clashes followed an informal ceasefire agreed by both sides last month.

VIO In Kani, Sagaing Region, residents made the discovery of 15 bodies in the woods, accusing the military of massacring civilians. Many of the bodies were blindfolded, tied up, and bore signs of torture.

 

13 July

VIO The wife (44) and daughter (17) of an anti-regime protest leader in Mogoke, Mandalay Region, detained together with 5-year-old Su Hteh Wyne on 28 June, sentenced to 3 years imprisonment for incitement.

VIO Civilians injured in Hpakant battle between KIA and the military, villagers in the area fled amid heavy shelling by the military.

VIO The military restricted oxygen supplies to COVID-19 patients. MAH denied that there was any oxygen shortage at all, while many people queue for hours to buy private supplies to treat their relatives at home. Oxygen cylinder prices increased from 130 000 to 250 000 kyats; they are passed on from one home patient to another.

 

16 July

VIO Two boys, aged 12 and 15, charged with violating the Explosive Substances Act, and face at least 5 years in prison if convicted.

 

18 July

VIO 5 000 residents from 3 villages in Sagaing Region fled their homes after junta raids.

 

19 July

VIO 44 soldiers killed after stepping on landmines in Magway Region’s Pauk Township.

VIO The Tatmadaw bombed 2 villages in Kachin State, displacing some 200 villagers.

 

21 July

VIO The ceasefire broke in the Chin State as the military soldiers clashed with civilian resistance fighters.

 

27 July

VIO PDF in Mon State destroyed the gas pipeline to Thailand.

VIO 5 unidentified bodies discovered in Sagaing Region, discovery comes 2 weeks after 15 bodies found in the same township.

 

28 July

VIO 57 members of the Mingin PDF in Sagaing Region detained after an ambush by soldiers.

 

29 July

VIO PDF in Pale issued a written warning to all village heads in the township that if they continued to serve the regime council they would be attacked for betraying the people.

 

30 July

VIO 7 bodies with bullet wounds found in the jungle area of Kani, Sagaing Region, after clashes with the army.

VIO The 3rd mass grave found in Sagaing Region with 12 bodies including one of a 14-year-old boy.

 

31 July

VIO Tatmadaw infantry troop hit by a landmine near Thit Win Village, 15 soldiers killed.

VIO Chair of Moe Thauk Kyal Anti-Narcotic Association in Sagaing Region shot dead by 8 gunmen. He was accused of being a military informant.

 

1 August

VIO A joint statement from UNFPA and UN Women in Myanmar released expressing the impacts of the compounded political and health crisis on women and girls in Myanmar.

VIO The leader of a PDF in Magway Region was killed in a shootout with police while providing covering fire so his fighters could flee an ambush.

 

2 August

VIO The military and members of the extremist Pyusawhti group destroyed 30 houses and shops in Magway Region’s Pauk Township.

 

3 August

VIO The military force used heavy artillery in an attack on Laiza in Kachin State where the headquarters of the KIA is based.

VIO 9 village heads in Pale resigned after receiving a warning from PDF in Pale on 29 July.

 

5 August

VIO Explosions at 6 sites in Loikaw, Kayah State, including 2 government offices.

 

6 August

VIO 2 Myanmar citizens - Phyo Hein Htut and Kyaw Moe Tun - arrested in New York for plotting with an arms dealer in Thailand (who sells weapons to the Burmese military) to kill Myanmar's UN envoy. The junta still demands the envoy be extradited to face charges of high treason, which can carry a death sentence. The US Department of Justice released a statement on the incident.

 

9 August

VIO 750 regime personnel killed in more than 350 violent incidents during July, according to figures released by the NUG.

 

10 August

VIO The military launched a series of raids and arrests in Yangon after the city saw a surge in attacks against the junta.

VIO Hundreds of residents of at least 10 villages in Sagaing Region forced to flee after junta forces raided their villages.

 

11 August

VIO 5 anti-junta activists leaped from a high-level building in Yangon, plunging to their deaths rather than facing arrest.

 

12 August

VIO 30 junta soldiers killed by armed resistance fighters in Kayah State and Sagaing Region.

 

13 August

VIO 4 unidentified men killed the chair of the junta-allied National Democratic Force’s Karenni State chapter at his home in Loikaw.

 

14 August

VIO In Sagaing Region a military convoy hit a landmine; 3 security personnel killed and 10 injured.

 

15 August

VIO A group of unidentified attackers killed 5 police officers on the Yangon train.

VIO In Mindat Township, fighting between security forces and CDF Mindat continued.

 

16 August

VIO Resistance fighters from Shan and Kayah states killed 10 junta soldiers after an attack on the power line.

VIO Leader of the Mandalay Protest Alliance Force Kyaw Thiha stopped on his motorbike, beaten and arrested at gunpoint by plainclothes junta soldiers.

 

17 August

VIO A man shot in the head in Mingin after drunk soldiers questioned him about not wearing a face mask.

 

18 August

VIO The death toll as a result of the coup topped 1 000, according to AAPP.

VIO The Yaw PDF killed 20 junta soldiers in a remote mine attack.

VIO The military raided the homes of three elected NLD parliamentarians in Sagaing Region’s Depayin Township, arresting members of their families when the MPs themselves could not be located.

 

19 August

VIO The military beat and arrested at least 15 young people during night raids in Yangon, while also looting shops and offices.

VIO Chair of free oxygen distribution group in Yegyi Township, Ayeyarwady Region, shot dead, and Yangon woman who provided free oxygen arrested.

VIO 1 of 3 survivorsof a fall from a downtown Yangon building during a junta raid on 10 August was released from a military hospital and sent to an interrogation center.

 

20 August

VIO Internet blackout in Hpakant in Kachin State, the area is the scene of frequent clashes between the Tatmadaw and the KIA.

VIO 50 junta soldiers killed in landmine attacks over the previous 2 days by civilian resistance fighters in Magwe Region.

 

22 August

VIO Resistance fighters from Tamu, Sagaing Region, killed 26 junta soldiers and police officers in 3 different attacks.

 

23 August

VIO The Yaw Defense Force in Gangaw Township, Magwe Region, killed 30 junta soldiers and wounded others during an ambush.

 

25 August

VIO The military arrested the wife and son of U Naing Gan Lin, Yangon Region Minister for Social Affairs when they visited Insein prison.

VIO The military detained around 150 civilians (activists, NLD lawmakers, and striking civil servants) in 10 days this month as it continues its crackdown on the opposition.

VIO The chair of the Kachin National Congress M Kawn La arrested by the military in Naypyitaw, as the 1st leader of an ethnic political party to be detained since the coup.

VIO Salai Van Bawi Thang (10) shot dead during gunfire by junta forces in Thantlang, Chin State.

 

27 August

VIO The military and the KNU both mobilized their troops in villages south of Kawkareik Township, Karen State, as tensions rose.

 

28 August

VIO 1st clash between PDF and regime forces in Ye town, Mon State.

 

29 August

VIO Residents found at least 6 bodies in Kabaungkya village, 3 days after Tatmadaw forces raided the area.

VIO A series of explosions rocked at least 12 locations in Yangon and Mandalay Regions on 29 to 30 August, including offices of the NLD and the USDP.

VIO Soldiers raided the home of former NLD Regional Chief Minister Mahn Johnny and detained his relatives after a Facebook page released a photo of him holding a large rifle and wearing military fatigues.

 

30 August

VIO The Naypyitaw PDF attacked a military truck in Pyinmana Township and killed 11 soldiers.

VIO According to AAPP, 110 political prisoners died in regime custody since the military seized power.

 

31 August

VIO The junta Air Force took delivery of one hundred 50kg bombs from a military factory for bombing practice.

VIO A truck carrying junta soldiers bombed by unidentified attackers in Yangon.

VIO Junta soldiers used artillery and raided Kin Ma, Magwe Region, the result of which 2 000 villagers fled to the forests.

 

1 September

VIO 30 000 residents from 30 villages in Pauk, Magwe Region, fled their homes due to junta raids that started last week.

 

2 September

VIO The junta troops burned donations of rice, food, and tarpaulins intended for 2 000 IDPs from Kin Ma, Magwe Region. Resistance forces killed an alleged military informant in Yangon and then detonated 2 bombs, injuring junta forces who arrived at the scene to investigate.

 

3 September

VIO The military destroyed religious buildings in Chin State.

 

4 September

VIO The military used artillery on civilians in Waingmaw and Laiza in Kachin State.

 

6 September

VIO Explosions at Telenor and Ooredoo telecom towers in Pyin Oo Lwin, Mandalay Region.

 

7 September

VIO Protesters destroyed around 68 military-owned communications towers.

VIO Resistance coalition between the PDF and KNLA clashed with the junta in Tanintharyi. Fighting ignited between the KIA and the junta in Sagaing. The PDF attacked a military battalion at the base of Mandalay Hill, killing 2 junta troops.

VIO The military council raided the house of NUG President Duwa Lashi La in Lashio, Shan State.

 

8 September

VIO PDFs across the country announced an escalation in attacks on junta forces in response to the declaration of war by the NUG. PDF fighters and the junta engaged in a clash in Sagaing Region’s Myaung, Sagaing Region, fired heavy artillery near a village – killed a civilian; residents fled. 3 bodies found violently killed in Kalay, Sagaing Region, after military raids.

 

9 September

VIO Junta troops killed 18 people, including civilians, in Magway Region, in the deadliest clash since the NUG declared the resistance war. PDF fighters killed 22 soldiers and captured 3 police officers during clashes in central Myanmar. During the battle with the Chinland PDF in Thantlang, Chin State, 2 junta soldiers were killed. 5 000 people from 15 villages in Pauk, Magway Region, fled their homes out of fear of military assaults following the NUG’s declaration of war. KNLA managed to take over the military base in Bago Region.

 

10 September

VIO Resistance fighters and the Chin National Army overran a military outpost near the border with India, killing 12 junta soldiers in the attack. Regime forces seized rice trucks heading to areas controlled by the New Mon State Party and KNU, raising concern among residents about food shortages.

 

11 September

VIO 15-20 villagers, including teenagers, were killed in fighting between junta troops and resistance forces in Gangaw, Magway Region. 5 soldiers were killed in fighting in Saw, Magway Region.

 

12 September

VIO Soldiers torched 27 houses and killed 2 people during an assault on a Magway Region village. Police station attacked and 35 police killed in Gangaw, Magway Region. Abbot, monks, and nuns arrested after an explosion at a monastery in Pathein, Ayeyarwady Region.

 

13 September

VIO 2 tortured bodies discovered in Gangaw, Magwe Region. Soldiers burned down 14 houses in Hnan Khar, Magway Region.

 

14 September

VIO Targeted Internet shutdowns by the junta in several towns in Sagaing, Mandalay, and Magway regions.

VIO Clash in Kanpetlet, Chin State, with 10 Chinland PDF soldiers killed. Another 3 mutilated bodies found in Gangaw, Magwe Region. 6 Dagon University students arrested at an apartment in Kyauktada on the pretext of failing to report the required overnight guest registration.

VIO According to the NUG, a total of 1 710 junta soldiers were killed and more than 630 wounded during 1 171 shootouts and assassinations involving EAOs and PDFs over the past 3 months.

 

15 September

VIO The military fired artillery in the headquarters of the KIA in Kachin State. Clashes: in Chin State, Sagaing and Magwe regions on 15-16 September, with 21 junta soldiers killed; in Sagaing 5 members of the anti-junta Chaung-UPDF killed.

 

16 September

VIO A warehouse of the military-backed Myanmar Beer bombed in Monywa, Sagaing Region. Junta raids in Myaing, Magwe Region, with 3 civilians dead; in Yangon with 1 civilian killed.

 

17 September

VIO Clashes: in Magwe and Sagaing regions; Chin and Kayah states (26 junta soldiers killed) on 17-18 September; in Tedim, northern Chin State (5 policemen killed); in Kachin State.

 

18 September

VIO 10 houses burnt down by security forces in Thantlang, Chin State. Clashes: in Nga Hlaing Twin, Kin Mun Chon, Kywe U, and Ber La Villages (thousands of villagers had to flee); in Yesagyo Town (10 security personnel killed); in Chin State (30 junta troops killed).

VIO 7 more Mytel Towers targeted: Kyunhla (3) and Homalin Townships (1), Sagaing Region; Ye and Bilin Townships (1), Mon State; Pathiengyi Township (1), Mandalay Region.

 

19 September

VIO The entire population (8 000 residents) of Thantlang, Chin State, fled after a day-long clash between resistance groups and the military over the weekend.

VIO 8 more Mytel Towers targeted: Ye Township, Mon State (2); Kyaukse (2) and Taungtha Townships (1), Mandalay Region; Kanbalu Township (2), Sagaing Region; Hpakant Township (1), Kachin State.

 

20 September

VIO Firefights: in Kayah State and Sagaing Region (40 junta troops killed). The military stepped up its operations in Sagaing Region.

VIO The junta continues blocking the Internet in Kachin State and in Sagaing Region.

 

22 September

VIO Clash: a church and several buildings in Mindat hit by artillery shells.

 

23 September

VIO The military cut off Internet access in 11 towns in Chin State and in Magwe Region after committing a series of violent assaults in the areas, including shelling towns and burning down villages.

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (6 junta troops killed); in Shan State.

 

24 September

VIO The military regime burned down more houses in a village in Sagaing Region.

 

26 September

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (6 killed, launched airstrikes, and cut off access to phone and Internet connections); in Kayah, Karenni State (30 houses burned).

 

27 September

VIO Meitei rebel fighters from India are cooperating with the military regime.

VIO Clashes: different locations in Shan State (30 military soldiers killed for 3 days).

 

28 September

VIO 2 anti-junta resistance groups bombed a police station in Yangon. The junta sends more than 200 reinforcements to Bago Region, after the captain and some soldiers defect to KNLA.

 

29 September

VIO The junta laid landmines in residential areas while conducting raids on civilian resistance forces in Kayah State. Clashes: in Sagaing and Magwe Regions, Kayah State (60 junta soldiers and 6 civilian fighters killed); in Kone Thar, Kayah State (30 soldiers killed, thousands of civilians fled homes).

 

1 October

VIO The Kalay PDF attacked a small armed group calling themselves the “Informant Elimination Group” after multiple complaints by locals of terrorizing them through robbery, extortion, sexual assault, and extrajudicial killings.

 

3 October

VIO Clashes: Wun Pyin and Yinmabin, in Sagaing Region (25 soldiers and 33 soldiers killed); Pongtaungponya, the border between Sagaing and Magway Regions (killed 28 soldiers).

 

4 October

VIO The Pale PDF attacked the convoy of 80 military vehicles with 27 mines, 5 military vehicles damaged.

 

5 October

VIO 40 soldiers killed and 30 injured in a landmine attack on a military convoy heading for Magway Region. 20 homes burned by junta soldiers in 2 villages in Sagaing Region.

 

7 October

VIO Regime forces raid Brave Bar nightspot in Yangon Region, arresting about 250 people.

 

8 October

VIO Junta deployed 3 000 reinforcements to Upper Myanmar for clearance operations against PDFs.

VIO The junta suffered the bloodiest month with 1 562 soldiers killed.

 

9 October

VIO Clash: mine attack killed 20 junta soldiers in Magway Region.

 

10 October

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing and Magwe regions and Kayah State (90 junta soldiers killed on the weekend).

 

11 October

VIO Clashes: 10 soldiers killed in Bago Region; 30 soldiers, including tactical operations commander, killed in Pale Township.

 

12 October

VIO Clash: 7 police officers killed in Magway Region.

 

13 October

VIO The junta burned a church and 12 homes during the operations in Chin State. 1 200 villagers displaced by fighting sought refuge, but China evicted IDPs sheltering near the border in northern Shan State. The junta is accused of using human shields as it steps up its efforts to crush the Sagaing uprising.

 

15 October

VIO Chlashes: 50 junta soldiers killed between Wednesday to Friday in Mandalay, Sagaing, Yangon Regions, and Kayah State.

 

19 October

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (20 soldiers killed).

 

21 October

VIO The military regime ordered its troops to wipe out armed PDFs.

VIO After a month-long Internet blackout, the PDF in Gangaw, Magwe Region, threatened to destroy telecom masts belonging to Myanmar’s 3 main operators, MPT, Telenor, and Ooredoo if mobile services aren’t restored within 3 days.

 

22 October

VIO Regime forces negotiated with the KNLA to retrieve the 6 bodies of soldiers killed in fighting in Kayin State.

 

23 October

VIO The junta seized veteran political activist and prominent 88 Generation student leader Ko Jimmy in Yangon for his anti-regime activism (hospitalized in critical condition with a severe head injury after the arrest).

 

24 October

VIO Clashes: in southern Shan State (10 junta soldiers killed, 1 000 residents forced to flee their homes); in Sagaing, Magwe, Ayeyarwady, Mandalay, Yangon regions, and Kayah (50 regime soldiers killed) over the weekend.

 

 

27 October

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (40 junta soldiers killed; 500 residents fled their homes and the military burned down 10 houses); in Shan State (the junta forces used 19 detained civilians as human shields).

 

28 October

VIO Regime forces detained more than 10 villagers in Shan State, and use them as human shields. The Tatmadaw’s Light Infantry Division 22 ordered regime forces in Kayin State’s Hpa-an town to shoot or kill if people try to escape or resist when making arrests for anti-dictatorship activities. Clashes: in Sagaing Region (25 more junta soldiers killed).

29 October

VIO The army troops shelled the largely deserted Chin State, causing fires that destroyed 164 of the town’s 2,000 homes.

 

30 October

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (killed 15 soldiers).

 

31 October

VIO Clashes: in Magwe and Sagaing regions and Chin, Shan, and Kayah states (10 civilians) over the past 5 days.

 

1 November

VIO 30 young people and teenagers arrested in Yangon, as junta forces raided several residential areas around the city. Clashes: in Sagaing Region (killed 15 soldiers and one PDF sniper).

 

2 November

VIO The junta soldiers raided the All Burma Students Democratic Front (ABSDF) office in Karen State, near the Thai border. Clashes: in Sagaing Region and Chin and Kayah states (12 regime troops killed) on 1-2 November.

 

3 November

VIO The junta escalated its campaign against anti-coup opponents nationwide by stepping up its arrests, torture, and killings. Clashes: in Shan State (4 000 villagers fled their homes).

 

4 November

VIO Clashes: in Yangon, Mandalay, Magwe, Sagaing, Tanintharyi regions, Chin, Shan, and Kayah states (100 junta soldiers and some PDFs killed) on 3-4 November.

 

7 November

VIO The AAPP reported that more than 9 800 people have been arrested and over 1 200 people killed since the 1st reported fatality after the coup.

 

8 November

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (20 soldiers killed; 12 houses burned down), and in Shan State (30-40 houses burned down or damaged).

 

9 November

VIO From 6 November, over 80 junta-appointed local officials in Magwe Region resigned due to threats from local PDFs.

 

10 November

VIO According to NUG report, the junta committed war crimes against civilians by shelling and burning down houses as well as religious buildings in 56 villages and a town across 7 regions and states.

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing, Tanintharyi Regions and Chin, Mon and Shan States on 9-10 November (104 junta soldiers died).

 

11 November

VIO According to the NUG Defense Ministry, the military suffered its heaviest losses yet in October, with 1,300 soldiers killed and 463 injured in clashes with PDFs. The junta’s casualties are almost double the number the regime suffered in September.

 

12 November

VIO 3 000 people fled their homes in four Tanintharyi Region townships in fear of junta forces. Clashes: in Sagaing, Mandalay, and Yangon Regions, and Chin and Kayah States on 11-12 November, with 90 junta soldiers and 3 civilian resistance fighters killed.

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing, Magwe, Mandalay, Yangon, and Ayeyarwady regions on 14-15 November (70 junta troops killed).

 

16 November

VIO Clashes: in Ayeyarwady Region (10 soldiers killed); Mandalay Region (15 soldiers killed).

 

17 November

VIO Clashes: in Kayin State (13 members of the Kayin State Border Guard Force and 7 BGF soldiers killed); in Ayeyarwady Region (10 soldiers killed), and in Magway Region (13 civilians including a teenager used as a human shield).

 

18 November

VIO The regime council warned Mandalay residents that they will be beaten if they damage its notices posted in public.

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (15 soldiers killed).

 

19 November

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing and Magwe regions (80 junta soldiers and 14 civilian resistance fighters killed).

 

20 November

VIO The Electric Power Corporation office and police station in Yangon Region bombed overnight after a 5-day power outage.

 

22 November

VIO A Catholic church in Loikaw, Karenni State, forced to close its charity clinic following a raid that resulted in the arrest of 18 staff members. Clashes: in Magwe Region (120 junta soldiers and 15 civilian resistance fighters killed) during regime raids and airstrikes in the past 2 weeks, the death toll at hands of the junta reached 1 281 since the coup.

 

24 November

VIO The state-owned MPT cut off telecommunications for all 37 townships in Sagaing Region (such widespread cuts are usually followed by Tatmadaw operations).

VIO The military arrested 18 medics for providing treatment to patients members of "terrorist organizations". Clashes: in Magway Region (2 000 people from 3 villages fled their homes following escalating fighting); in Chin State (50 houses being burnt down, the CDF is claiming that nearly 260 homes burnt down since the coup).

 

25 November

VIO 7 explosions reported in Mandalay city most seem to be targeting junta soldiers and staffers. Clash: in Kayah State (thousands people fled their villages due to military raids).

 

26 November

VIO Junta forces clash with the MNDAA and KIA in Kutkai Township for the first time this month.

VIO The military threatened to arrest citizens who invest in bonds offered by the NUG, warning them of lengthy prison sentences for their involvement in what it called "terrorist" financing.

 

27 November

VIO Clash: Chin State (50 houses, including a church, burnt down) in total, more than 300 houses out of 1 000 destroyed since the coup.

 

30 November

VIO 198 junta soldiers died in fighting with the MNDAA in northern Shan State in July. Clash: in Sagaing Region (30 000residents from about 15 villages fled their homes due to junta airstrikes).

 

1 December

VIO 400 telecommunication towers in Myanmar were destroyed by opponents of the coup.

VIO Clashes: in Kachin State (32 Tatmadaw personnel killed) and in Sagaing Region (burned down around 20 houses).

 

2 December

VIO Junta forces stealing cattle from IDPs in Sagaing Region and selling them to brokers at cheap prices.

 

3 December

VIO Chin State is facing serious shortages of food and medicine because of restrictions imposed by junta forces on transporting goods to the region.

VIO The junta killed around 100 children in the 10 months since the coup, according to the NUG.

 

5 December

VIO At least 5 protestors were killed and 15 arrested by the SAC members who rammed through and gunned down people in Yangon during the brutal crackdown.

 

6 December

VIO Clash: in Mandalay Region (23 soldiers killed).

 

7 December

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (50 soldiers were killed, the junta burned alive 10 villagers, and 2 000 civilians were forced to flee their homes).

 

8 December

VIO Myanmar soldiers were accused of rounding up 11 people in a village in Sagaing before shooting them and setting their bodies on fire.

 

9 December

VIO 500 violent clashes were recorded between the junta and the KNU during the last 2 months, killing 461 regime soldiers, according to the KNU.

VIO Clashes: in Magwe, Sagaing, Mandalay and Yangon regions, and Chin and Kayah states (80 junta soldiers were reportedly killed).

 

12 December

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (90 junta forces killed) and in Mandalay (8 members PDF dead by the junta forces).

 

13 December

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (100 houses burned down by the junta forces).

 

15 December

VIO 200 junta soldiers aimed at flushing out the democracy activists who had taken refuge in Lay Kay Kaw (dubbed the peace town, established in 2015 to house returning refugees from Thailand) in Karen State.

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region and Mon State (60 junta soldiers killed within 3 days) and in Kayin State (20 soldiers killed). 

 

16 December

VIOClash: in Karen State(18 junta soldiers died). 

 

17 December

VIO 2 500 people fled fighting between army and ethnic minority groups and took refuge across the border in Thailand. On 19 December, Thailand sent over 600 Myanmar refugees back across the border. 

VIO Clash: in Magway Region (20 people killed by a regime airstrike).

 

19 December

VIO Clash: in Shan State (100 junta soldiers killed).

 

20 December

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing and Magwe regions (10 civilians and resistance fighters killed by junta airstrikes, while hundreds of local residents displaced) and in Naypyitaw(12 junta soldiers killed).

 

22 December

VIO Clash: in Sagaing (20 civilians killed and 38 homes torched). 

 

24 December

VIO Massacre in Kayah state (35 people killed, tortured, burnt by the the military).

 

29 December

VIO The Karenni community held a funeral for 33 of the at least 35 people who were killed by the military troops in Kayah State on 24 December. 

VIO The international humanitarian aid group Save the Children confirmed 2 staff were among the 35 victims of the 24 December massacre. 

 

30 December

VIO 62 detainees (including NLD government ministers and leaders, artists, and students) accused of supporting or participating in the anti-regime protests were sentenced to prison.

VIO Clash: in Kayah State (19 soldiers killed) and in Chin State (50 more houses and a church were set on fire).

 

3 January

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing and Magwe regions and Kayah State (150 regime troops killed over 5 days) and in Mandalay Region (18 soldiers killed)

 

4 January

VIO Clash: in Mon State (30 soldiers killed).

 

5 January

VIO The acting president of NUG, Duwa Lashi La, called the ongoing people’s defensive war against the junta (launched nearly 4 months ago) a “second struggle for independence”.

VIO Clashes: in Kayah and Chin States (20 junta soldiers killed over the last 2 days).

 

6 January

VIO Clash: in Kayah State (23 junta soldiers killed).

 

7 January

VIO Clash: in Kayah State (32 soldiers were killed).

 

8 January

VIO Clash: in Kayah State (30 soldiers killed; a junta helicopter and tank destroyed, and 20 000 IDPs fleeing).

 

9 January

VIO 130 junta soldiers arrived at a village in Sagaing Region and abducted civilians in the area to use them as human shields before raiding a PDF base. The TNLA inspected shops in Shan State and seized and destroyed any military-linked products. A 5-carriage train carrying security police and soldiers to an operation in Mandalay was hit by a time-bomb, leaving a police injured.

 

11 January

VIO Clash: in Kayah State (20 soldiers killed); in Sagaing Region (30 soldiers killed); in Magway Region (15 soldiers killed) and in Karenni State (50 000 residents fled due to airstrikes and gunfire).

 

13 January

VIO Clash: in Kayin State (30 soldiers were killed). 50 ward and village administrators in Sagaing resigned following death threats from a resistance group.  

 

16 January

VIO Clash: in Magway Region (25 houses burned down).

 

17 January

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (10 soldiers were killed), and in Magway Region, junta forces burnt down 100 houses. Hundreds of Buddhist monks fled Loikow and Demoso.

 

18 January

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region and Chin and Kachin States (45 soldiers were killed) on 16, 17, and 18 January, and in Magwe Region (hundreds of residents from 20 villages were forced to flee their homes). 2 more journalists and a graphic designer were arrested as part of the junta’s ongoing crackdown on the free press. 

 

19 January

VIO Clash: in Kayah State (15 junta fighters were killed).  

 

21 January

VIO The military gave 88 Generation activist Ko Jimmy the death sentence. 

VIO Clash: in Magway Region (the junta forces torched another 132 houses).

 

27 January

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (40 junta soldiers were killed over the past 5 days).

 

29 January

VIO Clashes: in Shan State (10 soldiers were killed). In Magway Region, PDF groups led an attack on a police station causing the police and soldiers inside to flee. Weapons were seized from the police station following the raid.

 

31 January

VIO Clashes: in Magwe, Sagaing, and Tanintharyi regions, and Chin, Shan, and Kayah states (3 dozen junta soldiers were killed in 3 days); in Sagaing Region junta forces set fire to 2 villages and burned them to ashes; and in Karenni State (45 locals were killed in military shellings and airstrikes during January).

 

1 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean.

VIO NUG Yangon Division Command launched attacks against 24 junta targets across Yangon; KIA attacked 5 Myanmar army bases in Kachin and northern Shan states.

 

2 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. Clashes: in Sagaing Region (20 junta forces killed when Tatmadaw boats attacked on Chindwin River). 

 

3 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. The KIA, and local PDFs in Kachin State’s Putao, Mohnyin, and Hpakant attacked 5 junta military bases and a police station this week. 

 

6 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. Clashes: in Sagaing Region (38 junta soldiers were killed) and in Yangon Region (30 soldiers launched raids on 2 monasteries seeking Ashin Kaw Wida arrest, a monk who posted anti-military messages on social media).

 

7 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. Clashes: Sagaing Region and Kayah State (26 junta soldiers and a resistance fighter were killed, and 700 houses destroyed) and in Kachin State (200 junta troops were killed within 3 days). 

 

8 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. The junta detained at least 46 Rohingya in Kyauktan Township in Yangon Region for traveling without official documents.

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. Clashes: in Sagaing Region (40 military soldiers were killed) and in Mon State (railway bridge destroyed on Yangon-Dawei line to prevent junta transporting weapons by train).

 

9 February 

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. Clashes: in Sagaing Region (50 junta forces were killed; the army carried out airstrikes on 8 villages with 70 people detained). Resistance forces and urban guerrilla fighters began targeting the homes of 45 pilots working for the juta’s airstrike campaigns.

 

10 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. A camp for IDPs in Karenni State was hit by an artillery shell fired by the military (1 person was injured and several shelters and a church were destroyed). Mong Ko residents accused the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) of recruiting minors.

VIO A junta court gave hefty prison sentences to a group of 9 students who were accused of trying to join the armed resistance movement and tortured them in detention.

 

11 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. Clashes: in Sagaing Region and Kayah State (38 junta soldiers and 5 resistance fighters were killed; 5 000 residents of Sagaing Region were forced to flee their homes). The AA and the military repeatedly clashed in Rakhine with dozens of junta soldiers killed and several captured

VIO Junta troops were deployed in Kabaung Kya from 11 to 14 February and torched 39 houses. It was the 13th such attack on Kabaung Kya Village over the past few months, in which a total of 124 houses have been reduced to ashes.

 

12 February

VIO One year since the coup: The junta killed over 1 500 people and detained 11 000 in the year following the coup. Report by Altsean. Clashes: in Naypyitaw (40 junta soldiers were killed).

 

13 February

VIO Clashes: in Naypyitaw (40 Myanmar junta soldiers were killed by the PDF over the weekend) and in Magway Region (25 soldiers were killed in 3 days).

 

14 February

VIO Combined resistance forces staged an attack against a section of a Chinese oil and gas pipeline in Mandalay. In response, security forces detained 24 people.

 

15 February

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (40 regime troops and militia were killed) and in Shan State (armored vehicles carrying over 200 reinforcements deployed across Mobye randomly shot at civilian houses; 200-300 junta soldiers from LID 66 occupied the town of Mobye in southern Shan State, leading to clashes with PDF fighters civilians fleeing).

 

16 February

VIO The junta is increasingly confiscating the property of citizens who support the revolutionary movement, such as the Yangon house of high-profile pro-democracy activist and writer Pencilo, who had already fled to the US.

 

17 February

VIO Clashes: in Shan State (20 junta soldiers and 20 resistance fighters were killed) and in Sagaing Region (14 resistance fighters were reportedly killed).

 

19 February

VIO Clash: in Yangon Region (17 soldiers were killed).

 

21 February

VIO 20 youths in Magwe Region were detained for distributing leaflets calling for people to join the “Six Twos Revolution” general strike on the following day (22/02/2022). 

VIO Pekon PDF seized ammunition airdropped to supply junta forces. 

 

23 February

VIO Clash: in Shan State (100 soldiers and 40 resistance fighters were killed in an 8-day fighting), and in Sagaing Region (PDF rescued 40 villagers). 

 

24 February

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing (the junta burned down more than 40 houses and killed 1 resident), and in Yangon (the junta detained more than 70 Rohingya, not clear why).

 

25 February

VIO Clash: in Sagaing (the junta burned down more than 400 houses and killed 3 residents).

 

26 February

VIO The junta detained 80 preschool children (all under the age of 12) at a school in Chin Pone village in Sagaing Region and held them as human shields after a raid.  

VIO Clash: in Magway Region (10 junta soldiers were killed).

 

27 February

VIO The military launched another round of airstrikes in Demoso Township in Kayah State and in Yinmabin Township in Sagaing Region. In Chin State the military burned down 100 houses.

 

28 February

VIO Clashes: in Magway Region (11 residents were killed, 5 PDFs, 6 junta soldiers, and 100 out of 250 houses were set on fire); in Yangon Region's Kayan (3 military vehicles were destroyed by mines), and in Sagaing Region (60 junta soldiers targeted and burnt down 100 houses). 

 

1 March

VIO Clash: in Kayah State (24 junta soldiers were killed). 

 

2 March

VIO Clashes: in Chin State (40 junta soldiers were killed when the Chin National Army used landmines to attack a military convoy of 30 vehicles).

 

3 March

VIO Clashes: in Mandalay Region (junta soldiers torched 150 houses) and in Magway Region (junta forces burned down 230 houses). 

VIO The military turned to digital messaging accounts operated by nationalist supporters to target and track down opponents

 

4 March

VIO The junta terminated the citizenship of 11 (incl. 8 members of the NUG) prominent resistance figures.

 

6 March

VIO Clashes: in Kayah State (75 junta soldiers were killed) and in Kayah State (85 junta soldiers were killed during the weekend).

 

7 March

VIO Clash: in Kachin State (30 military soldiers were killed).

 

8 March

VIO Clashes: in Kachin State (14 soldiers and 3 civilians were killed) and in Magway Region (20 soldiers were killed).

 

9 March

VIO Clash: in Karen State (the junta dropped bombs from a helicopter after the KNU warned them to leave the territory so that displaced persons could return home).

 

10 March

VIO 10 children were killed by junta forces in less than a week, bringing the number of children killed since last year’s coup to around 120.

VIO Clash: in Sagaing (250 houses were burned down by the junta forces).

 

11 March

VIO Clash: in Kayin State (KNU captured 27 soldiers).

VIO The junta terminated the citizenship of another 16 prominent resistance figures (the 1st round was announced on 4 March).

 

13 March

VIO Teenage girls who participated in an anti-coup protest in Mingalar Taung Nyunt to mark the Myanmar Human Rights Day (the 34th anniversary of the death of Ko Phone Maw and Ko Soe Naing, who were shot dead by riot police on 13 March 1988) were badly injured after being arrested and beaten by junta security forces.

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (16 soldiers were killed and 20 injured). 

 

14 March

VIO The NUG investigated the 1st case against a PDF leader, Lieutenant Thanmani. 90 resistance groups across the country accused his PDF, the PDF-Yinmarbin, of being involved in at least 5 incidents in which they allegedly killed 9 resistance fighters and 12 civilians.

 

15 March

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (junta forces raided and burned down 93 houses). 

 

16 March

VIO NUG Human Rights Minister Aung Myo Min announced that the NUG was planning to take action against the junta in an Australian court over the massacre of at least 42 civilians near Moso village in Kayah State on 24 December. 

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (10 civilians were killed and the junta forces burned down 30 buildings) and in Shan State (15 soldiers were killed and 3 main roads to Demoso in Kayah State were blocked by fighting between PDF and regime forces).

 

19 March

VIO Clash: in Bago Region (3 700 people from 17 villages fled their homes after junta airstrikes). 

 

20 March

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (17 soldiers were killed). 

 

21 March

VIO The junta ordered private hospitals and clinics in Mandalay to hand over information about doctors, nurses, and patients. Clashes: in Kayin State (12 000 flee as military fires heavy weapons) and in Sagaing Region (the junta kidnapped 30 men, detained 25 people, and raided a village of 150 households).

 

24 March

VIO The junta is planning to intensify its anti-resistance activities in Sagaing Region with the help of allied militias.

VIO Fortify Rights published a new report on the military’s attacks against civilians, focusing on atrocities during the first 6 months of the coup.

 

25 March

VIO A Myanmar military convoy consisting of 80 vehicles including artillery and armored vehicles have arrived in Mindat in southern Chin State.

 

27 March

VIO Clash: in Kayin State (61 soldiers were killed).

 

1 April

VIO Myanmar military tribunal sentenced 8 more youths to death. 

 

3 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (junta burned down 200 houses).

 

5 April

VIO US$1 million were donated to Project Dragonfly, an initiative to help shoot down junta jet fighters and aircraft that are cracking down on civilians and PDFs.

VIO 20 junta personnel in civilian clothes raided a preschool and abducted a 4-year-old boy, instead of his father, who is accused of supporting the PDF.

 

7 April

VIO The vice-governor of the junta-controlled Central Bank of Myanmar, Than Than Swe, was shot at her house in Yangon’s Bahan Township, becoming the highest-ranking regime official so far to be attacked

VIO Junta forces conducted severe offensive operations at PDF bases in Sidoktaya Township, Magway Region.

VIO Clash: In Mindat (the Chinland Defence Force killed 16 junta soldiers).

 

8 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (750 houses in 13 villages burned since 5 April). 

 

8 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (750 houses in 13 villages burned since 5 April). 

 

9 April

VIO The NUG’s Southern Command outlined that the new resistance Nan Htike Aung Operation would besides Yangon also encompass Mon and Kayin States, and the regions of Bago, Ayeyarwaddy, and Tanintharyi, targeting soldiers, local administrators, and military informants. 

 

10 April

VIO Clash: in the Karen State (40 military soldiers were killed, the junta sent a column of around 300 soldiers to the region).

 

13 April

VIO Clash: in Yangon Region (10 junta soldiers were killed). 

VIO The commander of the AA warned the EAOs to ready themselves for war against the junta after a recent escalation in Rakhine State. 

 

17 April

VIO PDF fighters provided security for an anti-military protest in Sagaing Region. 5 resistance fighters were killed by junta soldiers.

 

18 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (30 junta soldiers were killed).

 

20 April

VIO The Karen National Defense Organization called on the Myanmar army to withdraw from two bases in Mon State’s Bilin Township within 3 days or face military action. 

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (junta forces burnt down 17 houses).

 

21 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (junta burnt down 40 houses).

VIO The new pro-regime Thwe Thout vigilante group announced that to counter resistance attacks on junta targets, it was launching “Operation Red” against the supporters of the NLD and PDFs.

 

22 April

VIO The junta forces killed the wife of the vice-chairperson of the Mandalay District NLD branch during interrogation and dumped her body by the side of the road. 

VIO 500 villagers of Ywangan, Shan State, fled their homes after the regime sent 400 reinforcements to the township. Clash: in Sagaing Region (20 junta soldiers were killed).

VIO The regime sent 400 reinforcements to Ywangan Township, Danu Self-Administered Zone, Shan State, due to which 500 residents fled their homes.

 

26 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (200 houses were torched). 

 

27 April

VIO Myanmar’s military junta was increasingly using landmines in Kayah State in addition to air raids, artillery strikes, and destruction of property in the resistance stronghold.

 

28 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (junta soldiers burnt down 70 houses). 

 

30 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (junta soldiers burnt down 600 houses in 5 townships; 5000 residents fled).

 

26 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (200 houses were torched). 

 

27 April

VIO Myanmar’s military junta was increasingly using landmines in Kayah State in addition to air raids, artillery strikes, and destruction of property in the resistance stronghold.

 

28 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (junta soldiers burnt down 70 houses). 

 

30 April

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (junta soldiers burnt down 600 houses in 5 townships; 5000 residents fled).

 

1 May

VIO The military dropped several bombs on a village in territory controlled by the KNU. Clash: in Sagaing Region (the junta burned a village of 800 households).

 

2 May

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (PDF killed 35 junta soldiers and 1 300 houses were razed by the junta from April 29 to May 2). 

 

3 May

VIO Clash: in Saging Region (42 civilians have been killed from 30 April to 3 May).

VIO Myanmar’s military regime detained 300 civilians for interrogation following an attack on a junta convoy in Kawhmu on the outskirts of Yangon.

 

4 May

VIO 30 Rakhine youths detained in Ayeyarwady Region and accused of associating with the Arakan Army were being tortured at a naval base. Clash: in Chin State (12 junta soldiers were killed when CDF-Mindat attacked the 70 vehicles convoy).

 

7 May

VIO Clash: in Kayah State (25 soldiers were killed, 6 detained, and 4 military vehicles destroyed).

 

9 May

VIO Clash: Sagaing Region (8 PDF soldiers were captured and killed by the junta forces). 

 

11 May

VIO 50 junta forces abducted 100 villagers to use them as human shields in Mon State. Clashes: in Chin and Kayah states and Sagaing Region (65 junta soldiers have been killed in the last 3 days).

 

12 May

VIO Clash: in Shan State (15 junta troops were killed). 

 

14 May

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (PDF fighters killed 18 junta soldiers). 

 

17 May

VIO The Mandalay home of NUG secretary of defense Naing Htoo Aung was bombed by a group of unidentified armed men in plainclothes.

 

18 May

VIO The KNL Army and allied resistance forces scored a decisive victory in Kayin State’s Myawaddy Township, storming and seizing a military outpost in Thay Baw Boe village that has been under military control for 32 years.

 

20 May

VIO Clash:  Sagaing Region (junta torched around 500 houses and 5 000 people have been forced to flee their homes). 

 

24 May

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (38 soldiers and 2 PDF fighters were killed).

 

26 May

VIO The NUG Ministry of Defense stated that those joining SAC People’s Security Teams would no longer be regarded as civilians and would be targeted by military action. NUG urged them to defect to the PDFs with arms.

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (10 000 civilians from 19 villages fled their homes since 25 May).

 

28 May

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (30 soldiers and Pyusawhti members were killed).

 

29 May

VIO Clashes: in Bago Region (2 regime vehicles attacked) and in Sagaing Region (16 soldiers were killed).

 

31 May

VIO The regime council warned residents of 2 Mandalay townships that it will punish all their relatives if a family member provides aid to PDF.

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (30 junta soldiers were killed). 

 

2 June

VIO Clash: in Kachin and Northern Shan States (6 000 people fled their homes and 25 were killed).

 

4 June

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (30 soldiers and Pyusawhti members were killed).

 

7 June

VIO Clashes: in Kayah State (10 junta soldiers were killed) and in Sagaing Region (180 houses were burned down). Regime forces destroyed 100 houses in the Catholic village of Chan Thar in Sagaing Region’s Ye-U Township. 

 

8 June

VIO WHO worker shot dead in Mon State. Clash: in Magwe Region (20 regime troops were killed).

 

9 June

VIO Clash: in Magwe Region (13 regime soldiers were killed). 

 

12 June

VIO Clashes: in Kachin and Chin states and Sagaing Region (90 junta soldiers were killed in firefights with the PDF and in Sagaing junta, soldiers took 60 hostages). Regime forces carried out arson attacks targeting at least 30 villages along the border of Magway and Sagaing regions and used civilians as human shields against PDF

 

13 June

VIO 80 junta troops torkech houses in 3 villages and used civilians as human shields against PDFs while torching houses in rural areas of Sagaing Region on 12-13 June.  

 

14 June

VIO 5 000 people from Sagaing Region have fled their homes as regime forces raided and burned down over 1 000 houses in 4 villages within 3 days.

 

15 June

VIO In Demoso Township in Kayah State, junta forces burned down a Catholic church during clashes with the resistance forces.

 

16 June

VIO Clashes: in Magwe and Sagaing regions (18 regime troops were killed within 2 days).

 

17 June

VIO 2 500 people have been forced from their homes in struggle to survive in forested areas without even basic supplies by recent clashes between the junta and PDF in Chin State.

 

20 June

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (15 soldiers were killed).

 

22 June

VIO Clashes: in Magway Region (12 PDF fighters were killed) and in Sagaing Region (25 junta troops and allied militia members were killed by the PDFs). / The junta abducted 20 residents in Rakhine State after the AA seized the staff at a military security office. 

 

23 June

VIO Clash: in Sagaing Region (50 civilians have been detained as hostages during a nighttime junta raid). 

 

27 June

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing and Mandalay regions (40 junta troops were killed); in Bago Region (19 junta forces were killed during 2 days of fighting) and in Mon State (7 000 civilians fled their homes). 

 

29 June

VIO 9 resistance members, including 4 teenagers, were detained and killed by the junta while they were unarmed in Shwebo Township, Sagaing Region, to attend medical training.

 

30 June

VIO 7 000 civilians from 20 villages in Sagaing Region, fled their homes amid regime raids. / The junta used massive airstrikes to defend strategic outposts in Karen State near to the border with Thailand. Thailand scrambled fighter jets near its border with Myanmar and issued a warning to the military government over the airspace violation. Two F-16 fighter jets were deployed when radar detected a plane in Thai airspace in Tak province close to the Myanmar border, which was carrying out attacks on EAOs. The aircraft strayed into Thai airspace on the same day as a Thai military delegation traveled to Naypyidaw for border talks. The military apologized.

 

1 July

VIO 2-year-old girl shot in the neck as family fleed raid by the junta forces. 

 

2 July

VIO Locals claimed that a militia operating under the Pa-O National Organisation has been forcibly recruiting members from villages across multiple southern Shan State townships to fight against anti-junta resistance groups. 

3 July

VIO Clashes: in Mon State (8 soldiers killed and 5 injured in landmine attack on regime convoy). / KNU seized 5 junta bases in KNU’s Nyaunglebin district, Bago Region.

 

4 July

VIO Clashes: Shan State (40 regime soldiers and 11 PDF members were killed) and in Karen State (6 AA soldiers were killed when the junta aircraft bombed an outpost of the Rakhine armed group located in an area controlled by its ally). / 2 NLD members, Pan Myint and Ko Ko Maung, who were detained by the regime last week alongside lawmaker Kyaw Myo Min, were found dead with signs of torture after detention.

 

5 July

VIO Clashes: in Kayin State (6 AA fighters were killed by junta airstrikes and a clinic and garment factory were destroyed); in Bago Region (40 000 IDPs were displaced by military shelling and airstrikes). / 

VIO India’s Manipur temporarily closed the country’s border with Myanmar after 2 Indian nationals were killed in Sagaing Region. This was the 1st time foreigners were killed since the coup.The following day, Indian protestors set fire to a police outpost on the Myanmar side of the border. Chief Minister of Indian Manipur called for “justice for the victims”. On 8 July the Tamu PDF in Sagaing Region named 2 pro-junta militia members who allegedly killed the 2 Indian men.

 

6 July

VIO 5 000 residents from over 10 villages in Sagaing Region have been forced to flee their homes after the Myanmar military airlifted reinforcements into the area.

 

8 July

VIO Clashes: in Magwe Region (2 000 IDPs were displaced by Myanmar Regime's Arson Attacks in Magwe as the junta´s forces raided and burned down 2 villages).

 

10 July

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (35 junta troops, including a major, were killed).

 

11 July

VIO The house of MAH’s sister in Mayangone Township in Yangon Region was bombed. The Federal Liberation Army and the Union of Myanmar Civil Defense, two resistance groups, claimed responsibility for the attack.  

 

12 July

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (40 civilians were used as human shields by the junta while troops defused a remote-controlled bomb laid by the PDF). 

 

13 July

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (40 soldiers were killed during 3 days of heavy fighting).

 

14 July

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (junta forced over 10 000 people from a dozen villages to flee their homes).

 

16 July

VIO Clashes: in Kachin State (25 soldiers were killed as fighting intensifies between KIA and the junta). / The junta was blocking humanitarian organisations from accessing northern parts of Rakhine State.

 

18 July

VIO Clashes: in Maungdaw (14 border guard police were captured and 6 AA fighters were killed) and in Bago (2 600 people were displaced on 15-18 July). / The AA ambush in Rakhine’s Maungdaw Township (a response to sporadic skirmishes and the killing on July 6 of six AA soldiers in an aerial bombing in Kayin State) sparked frantic Tatmadaw troop deployments. In the ambush AA said it killed 20 junta troops.

 

19 July

VIO Clashes: in Kachin State (50 soldiers were killed and 2 jets and a helicopter conducted 20 attacks over several hours); in Monywa (6 junta troops were killed), and in Rakin State (20 junta security personnel were killed).

 

20 July

VIO Clashes: in Magway Region (33 soldiers were killed). / The military regime started arresting villagers in Rakhine State, after it suffered casualties in a clash with the EAO and the AA there. / 50 regime soldiers are currently stationed in a Catholic church in the southern Shan State to protect themselves. 

 

21 July

VIO 12 villagers found dead/massacred in Sagaing Region.

 

25 July

VIO 4 democracy activists (Ko Jimmy, Phyo Zeya Thaw, Hla Myo Aung and Aung Thura Zaw) were sentenced to death (from 3 June) in a closed-door trial by the military in what is believed to be the 1st use of capital punishment in decades./ Family members had spoken to them (online) on 21 July but had no idea it was the last time. Thebodies were cremated the same day the executions were carried out and despite repeated pleas from the families the junta has not returned the ashes to them. / Lt-Gen Soe Htut, the junta’s minister for home affairs and a key ally of Myanmar junta leader personally supervised the hangings of 4 men. 

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (villagers discovered 5 bodies, one day after 100 junta soldiers left the village, in which they detained 20 villagers; the PDF killed 15 soldiers and damaged Tatmadaw boats). 

 

26 July

VIO Myanmar’s military regime has detained 8 residents in Rakhine State, after the AA abducted the town’s police chief on 24 July.

 

27 July

VIO 50 people armed with knives and sticks visited Phyo Zeya Thaw’s and Ko Jimmy’s parents' home, throwing stones, eggs, and other materials at the house. 

VIO Political prisoners facing the death penalty inside Yangon’s Insein Prison have been separated from the rest of the prison population. Currently 117 people are facing the death penalty.

VIO A PDF camp in Sagaing Region was seized and burned down after the Myanmar military launched airstrikes and raided the camp.

 

28 July

VIO 20 Myanmar junta personnel have been killed by PDFs nationwide in retaliation for the military regime’s execution of 4 activists on 25 July. / The junta detained more than 70 people in Kalay in Sagaing Region.

 

30 July

VIO A Japanese filmmaker, Toru Kubota, has been detained after he attended a protest in Yangon, as the latest foreigner

VIO Clashes: in Karen State (80 junta soldiers were killed). / 6 PDF members from Mandalay Region were sentenced to death. 

 

31 July

VIO Clashes: in Karen State (188 villagers crossed into Thailand to escape the fighting).

 

1 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (10 people were killed and 110 students and teachers from an NUG school detained). / 55 000 bags of rice donated by Nippon Foundation to IDPs in 9 townships in Rakhine State could not be delivered because of a ban imposed by the regime council. / The military held 60 children hostage following a raid on a village in Sagaing Region.

 

5 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (50 junta soldiers were killed in 2 days).

 

6 August

VIO Clashes: in Magway Region (11 people were killed, 12 injured, and 2 men abducted by the junta) / The NUG’s defense ministry announced offering cash rewards to junta soldiers who defect with anti-aircraft weapons, as the regime increasingly uses airstrikes on both resistance fighters and civilian targets.

 

7 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing and Magway regions (100 junta soldiers were killed over the weekend as PDFs launched attacks on military units) and in Bago Region (30 junta soldiers were killed).

 

8 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (in Tabayin, Myinmu and Monywa townships 29 civilians and PDF fighters were killed in the junta raids from 1-8 August and 100 troops set fire to an estimated 20 houses in Pakokku Township), and Kachin State (10 junta soldiers were killed). / The KIA and PDF seized 2 military camps in Kachin State. 

 

9 August

VIO 1,851 people from 414 households were reported to have fled the Sezin village in Kachin State because of the fighting and arson attacks by the junta. About 500 houses in the village were set on fire by junta forces and the SNA. 

 

10 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (30 PDF soldiers were killed and 25 weapons seized by Konethar and Yameikthar villages).

 

11 August

VIO Clashes: in Chin, Kachin, and Karen states and Sagaing and Magwe regions (80 regime forces were killed in firefights with PDF groups and EAOs); and in Sagaing Region (70 civilians and PDF fighters were trapped in a village after military airstrikes). / TNLA abducted 80 villagers in Mogok, Mandalay Region.

 

13 August

VIO Clashes: in Rakhine State (37 junta soldiers were killed). 

 

14 August

VIO Clashes: in Magway Region (11 junta soldiers were killed); in Kayah State (19 junta soldiers were killed). / A commercial center, homes, and businesses in Sagaing Region were in ruins after a 3-day rampage by regime forces. / Junta soldiers burnt Haimual village in Chin State. / Military operations in Mon State and Bago Region have displaced more than 150 000 people.

 

15 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (30 junta soldiers were killed) and in Kayin State (12 junta forces were killed). / The remains of 18 people, including the body of a 10-year-old girl, were found in village of Yin Paung Taing in Sagaing Region.

 

17 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing (junta soldiers destroyed more than 60 houses). / Military called in air support to the clash site with the AA in Rakhine State. / The junta troops burned down the entire village of NgaTaMhyaw in Sagaing region.

 

19 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing and Mawgay regions (50 junta soldiers raided Hlaykhote and Ngataraw villages, burning down nearly 750 houses in 3 days). 

 

21 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing and Tanintharyi regions (46 junta forces personnel were killed).

 

22 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (30 junta soldiers were killed).

 

23 August

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (45 junta soldiers were killed) and in Karen State (the military carried out air raids).

 

24 August

VIO The military regime has arrested UK’s former ambassador to Myanmar, Vicky Bowman, along with her husband, Ko Htein Lin, a former political prisoner. 

 

26 August

VIO 100 soldiers raided a PDF camp near Thaungwaing village in Bago Region, detaining 19 civilians and resistance fighters including an 8-year-old boy.

 

27 August

VIO The junta detained 20 people, including 3 striking civil servants participating in the CDM. 50 soldiers blocked off the staff quarters at the university and searched the houses. 

 

28 August

VIO Myanmar junta soldiers raped at least 7 women during raids on two villages in Kani Township, Sagaing Region.

 

29 August

VIO Clashes: in Mandalay (15 soldiers were killed) and in Sagaing (10 people were killed in junta raids and aerial attacks).

 

30 August

VIO Clashes: in Magway Region (25 junta soldiers were killed in 2 days).

 

31 August

VIO Clashes: in Rakhine State (19 junta police officers were killed) and in Sagaing Region (34 junta forces were killed). / Anti-regime forces attacked 2 bases run by the Shanni Nationalities Army in Sagaing Region.

 

1 September

VIO Military troops detained 19 members of the Black Dragon Force Pyapon resistance group operating in Ayeyarwady Region.

 

4 September

VIO  The military carried out airstrikes against the AA in Rakhine State.

 

6 September

VIO Clashes: in Magway Region (a group of 60 junta personnel raided two villages, and burned down 15 houses).

 

8 September

VIO Clashes: in Shan State (20 junta soldiers were killed).

 

11 September

VIO Clashes: in Rakhine State (13 regime troops were killed) and in Shan State (60 junta troops were killed). / Myanmar’s military carried out multiple airstrikes in northern Rakhine State following the fall of another base to the AA.

 

13 September

VIO At least 15 people, including 2 freelance journalists, were arrested during a crackdown on a protest in Yangon.

 

14 September

VIO Myanmar’s junta added a charge that carries a death sentence against jailed protest leader Ko Wai Moe Naing for his role in the protest movement against military rule.

 

16 September

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (11 children were killed in junta air strikes). / The military regime ordered the UN and international NGOs operating in Rakhine State to halt their operations. / The military is continuing its efforts to form militias around the country by arming villagers near Naypyitaw.

 

25 September

VIO Junta soldiers raided Kyatsu Aint village in Magway Region, before launching an arson attack, due to which 700 residents had to flee. 

 

26 September

VIO Clashes: in Mandalay Region (34 junta soldiers were killed). 

 

28 September

VIO Clashes: in Kayin State (11 regime troops were killed).  

 

30 September

VIO A passenger was injured on a Myanmar National Airline flight when the plane was hit by a bullet as it prepared to land at Loikaw, Kayah State. 

 

11 October

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (20 junta soldiers and pro-regime militia members were killed).

 

12 October

VIO More than 40 junta troops have been killed in the 2-days attack by the PDFs in Sagaing, Magwe, Mandalay, and Tanintharyi regions and Chin State.

 

13 October

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing, Magwe, Bago, Tanintharyi region, and Mon State (30 regime personnel were killed in the last 2 days). 

 

14 October

VIO The military burned down 700 homes in Sagaing and Magway regions.

 

17 October

VIO Clashes: in Kayah State (20 junta soldiers were killed). 

 

18 October

VIO Clashes: between Kyainseikgyi and Myawaddy Townships (when the KNLA and PDFs attacked a detachment of the military’s Light Infantry Battalion 358).

 

19 October

VIO Clashes: in Chin, Shan, and Kayah States and Sagaing, Magwe, and Yangon Regions (50 regime forces were killed in 2 days). / 2 explosions inside of Insein Prison killed 8 people; no group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.

 

23 October

VIO Clashes: in Kachin State (60 people were killed in junta airstrikes during a music festival and 50 victims have been prevented by junta troops from being treated at hospitals in nearby towns), and in Kayin State (26 regime soldiers and 3 PDF fighters were killed).

 

28 October

VIO Clashes: in Tanintharyi Region (20 regime soldiers were killed).

 

29 October

VIO Clashes: in Magway Region (the junta burned down nearly 300 houses in the last 3 days); in Mandalay Region (11 police officers were killed), and in Kachin State (81 regime soldiers were killed).

 

30 October

VIO 170 junta forces personnel and 9 PDF fighters were killed throughout the country.

 

31 October

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (17 dead bodies were discovered), and in Rakhine State (24 regime soldiers were killed in past 3 days and a large amount of weapons and ammunition seized).

 

2 November

VIO Clashes: in Mandalay, Magwe, and Sagaing regions, and Rakhine and Karen states (56 regime forces were killed in a week). / Nationalist monks and junta-affiliated Pyu Saw Htee militias have forcibly recruited villagers in Sagaing Region.

 

12 November

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (40 junta soldiers were killed).

 

14 November

VIO A military helicopeter mistakendly killed 60 regime troops in Myaung Township, Sagaing Region.

 

3 November

VIO Clashes: in Kanbalu Township (50 Myanmar army troops were ambushed), in Kayin State (24 regime soldiers were killed), and in Magwe, Mandalay, Sagaing and Tanintharyi regions and Karen and Rakhine states (22 regime personnel including a pro-regime militia leader were killed in 2 days).

 

6 November

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (18 civilians and PDFs were killed).

 

12 November

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (60 junta soldiers were killed in 3 days).

 

14 November

VIO A military helicopeter mistakendly killed 60 regime troops in Myaung Township, Sagaing Region. / Clashes: in Magway Region (230 buildings were burned down by the junta), and in Yangon, Bago, Magwe and Sagaing regions and Kayah and Mon states (130 regime forces were killed in 3 days).

 

15 November

VIO Clashes: in Mandalay, Magwe, Sagaing and Bago regions and Karen and Kayah states (31 junta forces were killed in 3 days).

 

16 November

VIO Clashes: in Kayin State (3 Chinese nationals killed by junta airstrike on Thabyukhae mining block) and in Magwe Region (3 junta jet fighters were destroyed by KNLA).

 

17 November

VIO Clashes: in Rakhine and Kayah states and Mandalay, Sagaing, and Yangon regions (45 regime soldiers were killed in 2 days).

 

20 November

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (385 houses in 7 villages were burned down by junta forces in arson attacks in 2 days).

 

22 November

VIO Clashes: in Mon State and Tanintharyi, Sagaing and Magwe regions (65 regime forces were killed in 3 days).

 

23 November

VIO 95 of 130 houses in the Kyuhala Township were burned down by the Myanmar military.

 

24 November

VIO Clashes: Yinmabin Township (4 junta members killed by a mine attack).

 

1 December

VIO Myanmar sentenced 11 young citizens to death for their resistance movement against the military regime.

 

2 December

VIO The military forces carried out a 3-day attack on a Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army base located on the northern Shan state’s border with China.

 

3 December

VIO Clashes: Shwebo and Htigyaint Township in Sagaing Region (200 houses burnt).

 

11 December

VIO Clashes: Sagaing Region (the military set fire to 8 villages).

 

13 December

VIO Clashes: in Shan State (30 airstrikes were launched by the military).

 

18 December

VIO An explosion on a passenger ferry injured 17 people.

 

19 December

VIO Clashes: Insein Prison (8 killed in the bombing).

 

20 December

VIO 20 village administrators resigned out of fear for their safety amid rising tensions between the military and the AA in Rakhine State; in total, 100 village administrators submitted their resignations over 2 months. 

VIO Clashes: Indaw Township (40 junta soldiers were killed). 

 

21 December

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (30 junta soldiers were killed).

 

24 December

VIO 30 civilians were burned in their vehicles in Kayah State.

 

26 December

VIO Clashes: in Sataung Township (the military destroyed 707 houses in 5 villages).

 

3 January

VIO Clashes: in Sagaing Region (30 junta soldiers and pro-regime militia members were killed).

 

4 January

VIO Clashes: in Kayin State (200 soldiers were killed). / 3 leaders of the regime-allied Arakan Liberation Army were assassinated in Sittwe.

 

6 January

VIO Clashes: in Karen, Sagaing, Mandalay, and Magwe regions (110 military soldiers were killed over 6 days).

 

7 January

VIO Riots broke out in a prison west of Yangon, killing 1 and injuring 60 prisoners. / 2 female resistance fighters blew themselves up to avoid being searched by military soldiers based in Sagaing Region.

 

8 January

VIO Clashes: in Kayin State (48 junta soldiers were killed).