A total of 96 Myanmar junta soldiers have been killed in a week as clashes continue with the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA).
Clashes between the junta’s troops and KNLA have occurred more than eight times within the last week.
KNLD carried out a landmines attack, targeting the junta troops and Border Guard Forces on 11 November at around 9 am near Makhawi Thar village, Hpapun township. The attack has reportedly killed at least 80 soldiers and injured 37 others, according to the KNLA Bridge-5.
Clashes also occurred in multiple locations within Hpapun townships and inflicted heavy casualties on junta soldiers.
These numbers of casualties come from a local media outlet based in Karen State, Myanmar.
Karen National Union (KNU) makes a monthly report in which the clashes with the junta forces and the number of casualties are regularly updated.