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Myanmar govt and KIO sign 7-point agreement

peace-talks-between-KIO-and-Govt-1-sAfter three days of peace talks in Myitkyina, the Myanmar government peace delegation and the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) ...

KIO reluctant to sign ceasefire

peace-talks-between-KIO-and-Govt-sKachin rebels insist that political conditions are met, but govt wants ceasefire signed first.
Last Updated ( Friday, 31 May 2013 18:24 )

35 arrested over religious riots in Lashio

security-restore-order-in-Lashio-sThirty-five people are arrested and detained by Lashio police for their involvement in communal rioting.

Security beefed up in Lashio following riots

security-forces-in-Lashio-sFive security groups have been deployed, following a meeting between town leaders.

1,100 drugs suspected arrested in Mekong campaign

Arrests made since April by the joint-police forces of Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and China.   

Religious riots in Lashio turn deadly

soldier-walks-past-a-fire-in-Lashio-ssOne man killed and four injured as Buddhist and Muslim mobs wreak havoc in Shan State for a second day.

Myanmar to review 2-child policy

A presidential spokesman tells VOA that the government will review a Rakhine State policy that limits Rohingya Muslims to two children.

Curfew imposed in Lashio after communal riot

violence-in-Lashio-sSecurity forces restore order after a night of rioting and revenge in a Shan State town.

India-Myanmar border trade, tourism encouraged

Imphal-Moreh-Rd-sMinisters at a regional summit call for investment and trade in Sagaing and Manipur.

Shan State refugee camp shuts down

Tangyan-camp-sTemporary camp for refugees who fled their homes due to fighting in Tangyan Township closes.
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Confronting Democratic Modernity in Military-ruled Burma
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The Kachin’s last stand
Since October this year, Burma has been in a state of civil war, with fighting between Burmese military and armed ethnic rebels. The ruling junta started a crackdown on these armed groups.

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