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Aug 22nd, 2003
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  • May 30, 2006
    This report serves an an update on the hydroelectric dam built by the SPDC on the Day Loh River in Toungoo District, a continuation of KHRG's 2005 report that examined the activities of 2,000 SPDC troops who moved into the region to secure the area surrounding the dam site.
  • May 26, 2006
    On May 18th UN Under-secretary General Ibrahim Gambari visited Rangoon for two days. his visit coincided with the peak of the international outcry at the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) and their attacks on Karen civilians. Rather than insisting the attacks end immediately, Gambari was...
  • Apr 26, 2006
    According to the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC), there are no child soldiers in their army. This report details the experience of a child soldier, recruited when he was 15 years old in Nyaunglebin District. The interviewee describes the human rights abuses he and others experienced.
  • May 27, 2005
    This Photoset describes the result observed across Karen State of the forced relocations and restrictions is a combination of feudal-style fenced-in villages along roadways controlled by SPDC Army camps, hills dotted with abandoned or destroyed villages, and tens of thousands of internally...
  • Mar 22, 2005
    The 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...

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