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May 22, 2014This Incident Report describes the torture of a T--- villager by a Tatmadaw captain in Ler Muh Lah Township, Mergui-Tavoy District in May 2003, and describes how villagers were forced to labour for Tatmadaw soldiers two times per year, each year between 2002 and 2011, without pay.
Jul 07, 2006The presence of the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) in Thaton District is enormous. The human rights abuses committed against people living in this area are extensive. Regardless of the amount of power the SPDC holds over this district, troops are continuously ordered to the area making...
Jan 27, 2006This report describes SPDC troop rotation during December 2005 in Papun District, a possible indication of more aggressive military action, as well as new road construction to the Salween river.
Mar 22, 2005The ceasefire between the government and the KNU has meant the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) forces have greater freedom of movement in the more remote parts of Toungoo district. Villagers are forced to work, their movement is restricted, forced to relocate, the existence of land mines...
Mar 23, 2004This field report describes events occurring in Pa'an District in 2003; fighting between the SPDC and the DKBA was ongoing up until the ceasefire talks began in December 2003, culminating in an offensive against the KNLA's 7th Brigade headquarters in October.
May 22, 2014Mergui-Tavoy Incident Report: Tatmadaw tortures villager and demands forced labour in Ler Muh Lah Township, 2002 - 20112002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
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Mar 22, 2005'Peace', or Control? The SPDC's use of the Karen ceasefire to expand its control and repression of villagers in Toungoo District, Northern Karen State2002, 2003, 2004
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