“It was a mixed-up jumble of corpses piled on top of each other.”
With only a few points yet to resolve in the cease fire talks between Myanmar’s government and ethnic rebel groups, the country's army has launched a new offensive into the Kokang region.
As the country enters another round of negotiations that seek to bring an end to more than 60 years of conflict, they could certainly use a bit of good fortune.
Slowly, soldiers who were forcibly recruited as children are returning to their villages, to families who have long thought them dead.
As world leaders descend on Myanmar this week, new war crime accusations against the country's military have emerged in a detailed report.
For most of the past half century, the Kachin Independence Army has fought for autonomy in Myanmar. And their fight appears far from over.