Began in 1947, the Civil War in Burma as a conflict between the Karen and Burmese is still ongoing. The war waged by both national liberation and for the control and sale of opium production.
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In the photo: Sniper 101st Battalion PLA army in position on the front line, under the control of the PLA near the Thai-Burmese border.
In the picture: Soldiers of the rebel army and the PLA DBAK prepare for battle in the camp of the rebels near the Thai-Burmese border.
In the photo: Rebels in the fifth brigade of the Democratic Karen Buddhist Army (DBAK) inside the truck into the camp of militants near the Thai-Burma border.
In the photo: The mortars, which are used by the rebels.
In the picture: Soldiers of the 101st Battalion KNLA on the front.
In the picture: Adolescents soldiers of Battalion 101 KNLA at his post on the front line near the Thai-Burma border.
In the photo: This rebel KNLA lost his leg, stepped on a mine, when performed in a jungle patrol.
In the photo: Guerrillas spetsbatalona from headquarters KNLA patrol the villages within the territory in the south of Burma, under the control of insurgents.
In the photo: Partizan from the headquarters of the Karenni National Liberation Army demonstrates its weapons. He is the head of one of the organizations providing arms to rebels.
In the photo: teenage soldiers of the 101st Battalion, Karen National Liberation Army in his post on the front line near the Thai-Burmese border.
In the photo: Children belonging to ethnic minority Karen are in a bamboo hut, while the soldiers spetsbatalona guerrilla army PLA rest.
In the picture: Soldiers of the battalion of partisan special tattoo made in the headquarters of the Karen National Liberation Army.