Besides the Tatmadaw, they include the Democratic Karen Buddhist Army, the Karen National Liberation Army, the Karen National Liberation Army-Peace Council, the Karenni Army, the Kachin Independence Army, the Shan State Army-South and the United Wa State Army.
What does KNLA stand for?
KNLA stands for Karen National Liberation Army
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On the security front, the government has over the last few months succeeded in re-establishing a series of ceasefire agreements with various ethnic armies, including the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA), which came last Thursday.
A Myanmar nongovernmental organization called the Karen Human Rights Group issued an online news bulletin Sunday saying over 700 villagers living in Paan District fled their homeland between Tuesday and Friday ahead of a weekend offensive launched against the Karen National Liberation Army camp in the area.