R.I.P – Buddhist Monk – Myaing Gyi Ngu's Sayadaw U Thuzana – 1947 - 2018
R.I.P – Buddhist Monk – Myaing Gyi Ngu's Sayadaw U Thuzana – 1947 - 2018
R.I.P – Buddhist Monk – Myaing Gyi Ngu's Sayadaw U Thuzana – 1947 - 2018
R.I.P – Buddhist Monk – Myaing Gyi Ngu's Sayadaw U Thuzana – 1947 - 2018

R.I.P – Buddhist Monk – Myaing Gyi Ngu's Sayadaw U Thuzana – 1947 - 2018

Burma’s Government Continues It Attacks on Journalists
Burma’s Government Continues It Attacks on Journalists
Burma’s Government Continues It Attacks on Journalists
Burma’s Government Continues It Attacks on Journalists

Burma’s Government Continues It Attacks on Journalists

Karen Armed Organizations to Hold Joint Commemoration of 70th Karen Resistance Day
Karen Armed Organizations to Hold Joint Commemoration of 70th Karen Resistance Day
Karen Armed Organizations to Hold Joint Commemoration of 70th Karen Resistance Day
Karen Armed Organizations to Hold Joint Commemoration of 70th Karen Resistance Day

Karen Armed Organizations to Hold Joint Commemoration of 70th Karen Resistance Day

VALE - DR FRANK GREEN – 1950 – 2018 A Life Operating So Others Could See
VALE - DR FRANK GREEN – 1950 – 2018 A Life Operating So Others Could See
VALE - DR FRANK GREEN – 1950 – 2018 A Life Operating So Others Could See
VALE - DR FRANK GREEN – 1950 – 2018 A Life Operating So Others Could See

VALE - DR FRANK GREEN – 1950 – 2018 A Life Operating So Others Could See

No Permission has been Granted for the Proposed Construction of 10,000-ton Cement Plant – Gen Saw Johnny
No Permission has been Granted for the Proposed Construction of 10,000-ton Cement Plant – Gen Saw Johnny
No Permission has been Granted for the Proposed Construction of 10,000-ton Cement Plant – Gen Saw Johnny
No Permission has been Granted for the Proposed Construction of 10,000-ton Cement Plant – Gen Saw Johnny

No Permission has been Granted for the Proposed Construction of 10,000-ton Cement Plant – Gen Saw Johnny

LATEST STORIES

R.I.P – Buddhist Monk – Myaing Gyi Ngu’s Sayadaw U Thuzana – 1947 – 2018

October 15, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

Sayadaw U Thuzana, the controversial monk accused of helping the Burma military regime of engineering the devastating split that broke and caused irreparable damage to the Karen National Union in 1994, died in a Bangkok Hospital on Saturday. Saw Naung Bee, an associate and c... Read more ►

Burma’s Government Continues It Attacks on Journalists

October 11, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

Three journalists from the Yangon base Eleven Media Group were arrested today, and could be charged under Section 505(b) and face up to two years in jail. Reuters report that Section 505(b) is a colonial-era law used to stop “publishing information that could cause fear o... Read more ►

Karen Armed Organizations to Hold Joint Commemoration of 70th Karen Resistance Day

October 11, 2018  •  Author: Saw Thein Myint

Four Karen armed organizations will cooperate in holding the 70th anniversary of the Karen National Resistance Day ceremony with a military parade on January 31, the officials said to Karen News. The leaders of the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA), the Democratic Karen ... Read more ►

VALE – DR FRANK GREEN – 1950 – 2018 A Life Operating So Others Could See

October 11, 2018  •  Author: Kanchana Thornton*

The death this week of Dr. Frank Green has left a massive void on the Thai Burma border, but Dr. Frank’s work in providing eye care to people from Burma lives on. Dr. Frank and his ophthalmologist colleague, Dr. Phillip Ambler, first came to the border region in 1990 to of... Read more ►

No Permission has been Granted for the Proposed Construction of 10,000-ton Cement Plant – Gen Saw Johnny

October 4, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

The Karen National Union (KNU) has not permitted the construction of a proposed cement plant in Hlaingbwe Township under its controlled area, according to Gen. Saw Johnny, chief of staff of the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) under the KNU. Yadanar Sai Kaung Myat Kyaw ... Read more ►

Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement: Burma Army Attacks on Karen Villagers, Displacing 340 Villagers – Clear Violation of NCA

October 4, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

The frontline humanitarian organization, Free Burma Rangers have reported that the Burma Army is continuing to attack civilians and reinforce its troops in Karen State. The Free Burma Rangers said the “Burma Army’s continued occupation, troop reinforcement and aggressive... Read more ►

LATEST OPINION STORIES

Families Remember Saw O Moo – Demand End to Killings, Military Road-Building

September 17, 2018  •  Author: Hsa Moo*

This month of September marks five months since Saw O Moo, an unarmed civilian villager and Indigenous community leader who was killed by Burma army on April 5, 2018. However, the Burma Army has yet to return his body to his family or tell his family the location of his body... Read more ►

“NCA Clearly Reveals Which Tactics will be Used in Making a Move” – KNLA’s Vice Chief of Staff Lt-Gen Saw Baw Kyaw Heh

April 29, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

Myanmar government and ethnic armed organizations including the Karen National Union (KNU) have signed the nationwide ceasefire agreement (NCA), but clashes have broken out in the area controlled by the KNU’s armed wing, the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) Brigade 5.... Read more ►

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AKO Supports Efforts to Refer Tatmadaw to ICC

October 4, 2018  •  Author: Saw Kyaw Khwee

The Australian Karen Organization (AKO) said it supports the efforts to urge the UN to refer the Tatmadaw to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the alleged genocide of ethnic tribes in Burma including the Karen. The AKO chair Saw Lwin Oo said this in his opening rema... Read more ►

Dr. Cynthia Maung Awarded 2018 Roux Prize

September 27, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

Dr Cynthia Maung has been awarded the 2018 Toux Prize for her work delivering health care to displaced, refugee and migrant communities. Dr Cynthia received the honor at an award ceremony in Washington DC U.S. Dr Cynthia founded the Mae Tao Clinic on the Thai Burma border in... Read more ►

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