Nine months have passed since the military coup on 1 February in Yangon. In the meantime, citizens continue to resist the military, and were viciously crushed.
In particular, the military indiscriminately attacked the ethnic minorities, spreading the frontline across Burma and generating numerous refugees.
This is the first international media report to show the conditions on the ground in the Karen state in Burma.
After the February 1st coup, thousands of Burmese flocked to the banks of the Moei River in search of refuge or for armed struggle. In the modern history of Burma, the Moei River has always served as a warning light of a crisis. In the foreground is Thailand and on the opposite bank is the Brigade 7 of Karen National Liberation Army controlled area of the Karen state in Burma.