Kachin IDPs face uncertain future

In northern Myanmar, Kachin people displaced by civil war fear they will never be able to return home.

    Civil war and rapid development in the north has left many internally displaced people in Myanmar fear they will never be able to return home.

    In Kachin state, the military and rebels have been fighting for decades - with accusations of land being confiscated and exploited by the government.

    Al Jazeera's Yaara Bou Melhem reports.


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