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Kokang armed group calls for talks with government
Hein Ko Soe
Feb 24, 2015
U Tun Myat Lin spokesman Kokang group told Mizzima on February 22 that political dialogue needs to be held as soon as possible.
Defence Minister says govt controls Laukkai
Aung Thura Tun, ET AL
Feb 22, 2015
Defence Minister says government now controls Laukkai where fighting broke out between government troops and Kokang armed group.
Myanmar Army May Be Preparing for Kachin Offensive
VOA News
Feb 19, 2015
Myanmar government appears to also have increased its military presence in northern Kachin State.
Parliament denounces ‘Kokang renegade’ attacks in Laukkai area
Win Ko Ko Latt, Phanida
Feb 18, 2015
Parliament condemned actions of ‘Kokang renegades’ who attacked civilians government troops and local security forces in Laukkai area.
Tatmadaw should be guided by General Aung San, says defence chief
Mizzima News
Feb 16, 2015
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing said that Tatmadaw personnel are required to follow the guidance of General Aung San.
Rajnath Singh visits India-Myanmar border
Security-risks Monitor
Feb 14, 2015
The Union Home Minister of India, Shri Rajnath Singh has visited India-Myanmar border, today.
Intense fighting continues in Shan State
Phanida
Feb 12, 2015
Intense fighting has broken out in Laukkai between Myanmar government troops and ethnic armed forces.
EU reaffirms aid commitment to Rakhine, Kachin and Shan states
Mizzima News
Feb 10, 2015
The European Union sees the need to continue providing humanitarian help to conflict-affected areas of Myanmar.
Ethnic armed groups meet to mull way forward if peace deal not signed
Phanida
Feb 4, 2015
Representatives from five ethnic armed groups in Myanmar held discussions in Shan State.
Myanmar-China oil pipeline opens
Mizzima News
Jan 30, 2015
Pipeline transporting oil from Myanmar’s coast through to Yunnan, has been inaugurated in trial operation.
China raps ‘distorted’ New York Times Myanmar editorial
Mizzima News
Jan 30, 2015
Ms Hua Chunying called a New York Times editorial, entitled "The plunder of Myanmar," distortion of facts.
Myanmar’s Military Chief speaks out
Mizzima News
Jan 30, 2015
Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing gave his first ever interview to Channel News Asia on January 27 in Nay Pyi Daw.
Rebel Coalition Leader Says Myanmar Cease-Fire Could Come in March
Mizzima News
Jan 28, 2015
Khun Okkar chairman of NCCT confirmed he received an invitation to attend Feb. 12 Union Day meeting from President Thein Sein.
Myanmar - battleground for super powers
Security-risks Monitor
Jan 26, 2015
As Myanmar progress towards democracy China facing heat while Washington is pushing to entrench itself in Nay Pyi Daw.
Negotiators say Myanmar’s Union Day peace deal unlikely
Phanida
Jan 23, 2015
Prospects for proposed signing of ceasefire agreement between government and ethnic armed groups on Union Day look dim.
Political leaders doubt peace deal will be signed by Union Day
Yu Wai
Jan 17, 2015
Myanmar’s military and KIA exchange brief gunfire
Phanida
Jan 16, 2015
Kachin Independence Army reported brief exchange of gunfire between Myanmar army and its forces near Muse.
President’s spokesman defends ‘unfocused’ 48-leader meeting
Yu Wai
Jan 16, 2015
President U Thein Sein’s choice to gather 47 people for meeting defended by presidential spokesperson U Ye Htut.
India- Myanmar joint survey of Land Route
Security-risks Monitor
Jan 16, 2015
Team from Myanmar arrived Imphal for field survey of 579-kilometer-long land route from Manipur to Mandalay.
KIO cautiously optimistic about Union Day peace deal
Min Min
Jan 10, 2015
President U Thein Sein’s voiced support for signing ceasefire agreement on Union Day offers good sign.
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