A turning point in Myanmar as army suffers big losses

Then there are the Kokang, an ethnically Chinese group with a long tradition of insurgency; the Palaung, or Ta’ang, people of remote hilltop villages whose army has grown rapidly since its formation in 2009; and the Rakhine, who are actually from Rakhine State on the other side of Myanmar. But they have a large migrant population in the east of the country which helped establish the Arakan Army, now one of the best-equipped forces in Myanmar.

Source: BBC News

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