Wartime Abuses and Forced Displacement in Burma’s Kachin State
March 20, 2012
This 83-page report describes how the Burmese army has attacked Kachin villages, razed homes, pillaged properties, and forced the displacement of tens of thousands of people. Soldiers have threatened and tortured civilians during interrogations and raped women. The army has also used antipersonnel mines and conscripted forced laborers, including children as young as 14, on the front lines.
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ISBN: 1-56432-874-0