It is now five years since the Burmese Army resumed attacks in Kachin State, committing horrific human rights abuses against ethnic Kachin civilians.
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In Kachin state, the Burmese Army is committing horrific human rights abuses, including rape, torture and forced labour. Aid is still restricted, leaving thousands of people who have been forced to flee their homes without enough food and shelter or access to proper health and education.