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Situation Updates describe any human rights issues that have occurred in a particular geographic area, over a period of three months. KHRG trains community members in Southeast Burma to document individual human rights abuses using a standardised reporting format; conduct interviews with other villagers; write incident reports; and write general updates on the situation in areas with which they are familiar. When writing situation updates, community members are encouraged to summarise recent events occurring in their district within a three-month period, raise issues that they consider to be important and present their opinions or perspective on abuse and other local dynamics in their area. The Situation Update is translated exactly as originally written, save for minor edits for clarity and security.

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  1. Nov 27, 2018
    This report is discussed about military skirmishes, landmines, internal displacement, the killing of civilians and explicit threats to villagers.
  2. Sep 28, 2018
    This Situation Update provides information on the restriction of Karen language in schools, environmental pollution due to lead mining, drug trafficking, and land confiscations in Tanintharyi Township, Mergui-Tavoy District.
  3. Sep 28, 2018
    This Situation Update describes events occurring in K’Ser Doh Township, Mergui-Tavoy District during the period between March and May 2017 including information on gold mining and road construction.
  4. Sep 25, 2018
    This Situation Update describes events occurring in Bilin Township, Thaton District during the period between January and March 2018. It includes information on arbitrary tax collection by the Tatmadaw, KNU responses to drug use and drug trafficking, as well as a logging dispute.
  5. Sep 07, 2018
    This Short Update describes fighting that broke out between Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) Company #4 and the Tatmadaw Light Infantry Division #44 subordinated Infantry Battalion #2.

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