Aung La retains dual-title World Champion

The Kachin Post / October 13, 2019

ONE Championship two-division title holder Aung La Nsang, also know as Burmese Python, knocked out his challenger ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon Vera, keeping his Light Heavyweight World Title intact.

Kachin Party to form youth wing

The Kachin Post / October 13, 2019

Kachin State People’s Party (KSPP) hosted a youth seminar last week to form its youth wing for Kachin State capital Myitkyina, preparing to advance the campaigning for 2020 election.

Catholic Cardinal frustrated over civil war

The Kachin Post / October 4, 2019

Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Burma’s Roman Catholic Church had deeply expressed his sadness over the decades long civil war in the country, calling armed organizations to spare the innocent civilians in the conflict and religious leaders to speak out for innocent victims.

General Gun Maw mocked Burmese Government

The Kachin Post / October 2, 2019

A Vice Chairman of Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) Lt-General Sumlut Gun Maw has mocked the Burmese government’s confidential letter, which is believed to be fabricated the story of Ethnic Armed Organization’s meeting to sabotage in country’s capital Naypyidaw last month.

Kachin Youth will host a Forum

The Kachin Post / September 29, 2019

The first ever Kachin Youth Forum will be held in the country’s economic capital Yangon in early October, aiming to boost the awareness of collective voices of Kachin Youth.

KHCC stresses return of Kachin IDP

The Kachin Post / September 27, 2019

Kachin Humanitarian Concern Committee (KHCC) has expressed its concern over the return of Kachin Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) to home, highlighting safety and guarantee of the war refugee’s livelihood according to the international humanitarian standard.

Ethnic Armed Alliance extends ceasefire

The Kachin Post / September 21, 2019

Three Brotherly Alliance, which has recently launched military campaign in Northern Shan State, has unilaterally extended ceasefire until at the end of 2019, hoping to end the ongoing civil war by signing bilateral ceasefire agreement with Burma Army.

Fortify Rights demands release of Kachin activist

The Kachin Post / September 19, 2019

Fortify Rights, a United States based international organization, demands the release of jailed Kachin human rights activist Mr. Paulu, who has been detained for organizing the peaceful anti-war demonstration in the capital of Kachin State, Myitkyina last June.

Kachin women activist met UN Rapporteur

The Kachin Post / September 17, 2019

A Kachin women activist Ms. Nang Pu has met UN Special Rapporteur on Burma Ms. Yanghee Lee in Geneva, Switzerland, discussing to promote human rights violations and crime against humanity committed by Burma Army.

KNO welcomes UN’s report to persecute Burma’s War Criminals

The Kachin Post / September 16, 2019

A United Kingdom based Kachin National Organization (KNO) welcomes the recent UN Human Rights Council’s step toward to prosecute Burma’s potential war criminals, who are responsible for committing heinous crime against the country’s ethnic minorities.