Coup Watch November 2023: Illegal junta suffers losses on multiple fronts throughout Burma

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  • As of 30 Nov, there were at least 28,332 armed clashes and attacks against civilians since 1 Feb 2021. The junta continued its violent crimes.
  • Over 1,000 Rohingya refugees arrive in Aceh, Indonesia after perilous sea crossing. 66% are women and children.
  • Resistance offensives spread to 11 states and regions. The junta beefs up troop presence in Naypyidaw.
  • Three Brotherhood Alliance takes 179 junta positions under Operation 1027. The entire LIB 125 surrenders, 126 soldiers of LIB 129 and their families defect to the resistance.
  • Over 500,000 civilians displaced in just one month. The total displaced population now at 2.5 million, including 1.9 million since Feb 2021.
  • In retaliation, the junta kills 300 civilians. It launches 113 airstrikes, the highest in a month.
  • Resistance victory in Sagaing Region nets NUG control of district level town and USD 20 million in funds.
  • Rival Shan State ethnic armies call for truce amid escalating violence.
  • Karenni resistance launches Operation 11.11.
  • Seven countries declare intervention in Rohingya genocide case at ICJ.
  • Australian mining company registered in Caribbean tax haven runs afoul of UK sanctions on junta.
  • Indonesia’s suggestion of “inclusive dialogue” with junta ill received by NUG.
  • Civil society urges Thailand to provide humanitarian aid, end refoulement.
  • Crony bank sponsored football team denied entry into Australia, plays in Bangkok instead.

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