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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.
Myanmar’s Thein Sein Meets With Ethnic Leaders
Security-risks Monitor
Jan 7, 2015
Myanmar President Thein Sein urged leaders from dozen of country’s armed ethnic groups to reach nationwide cease-fire accord.
Kyaukpyu Deep Sea Port ready to send oil to China
Kay Zue
Jan 3, 2015
China resolves Malacca dilemma
Ditch grand military ceremony, spend money on development, say critics
Hein Ko Soe
Jan 1, 2015
Grand military parade to celebrate the 67th anniversary of Independence Day on January 4, 2015 approaches.
Myanmar Enters Election Year With Powerful Military Largely Unchanged
Gabrielle Paluch
Dec 31, 2014
Thein Sein government is keen to get the elusive nationwide ceasefire signed ahead of the polls scheduled for late 2015.
World ‘over-optimistic about reform’ in Myanmar: Daw Suu
Mizzima
Dec 30, 2014
Opposition leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi claimed Myanmar government reforms had stalled
Kachin ceasefire talks at impasse over killing of cadets
Yu Wai
Dec 23, 2014
Monthly meetings of CNC will not restart until Nay Pyi Taw government meets with KIO.
Bomb found planted at Indo-Myanmar border gate
Imphal Free Press
Dec 21, 2014
Bomb disposal squad of Manipur Police from Imphal has safely disposed bomb at Gate No. 2 of border town of Moreh.
Myanmar Military Largely Untouched by Reforms
VOA News
Dec 18, 2014
Many changes have taken place in Myanmar over the past few years.
Three arms dealers from Myanmar held in Manipur
Imphal Free Press
Dec 14, 2014
Red Shield Division arrested three Myanmar nationals from Indian Territory which allegedly smuggled to Manipur.
The Elders to meet Myanmar ceasefire team, women’s group in Thailand
Hintha Ni (Mon Myay)
Dec 14, 2014
Elderly statesmen and influential people have arrived in Thailand to meet with Nationwide Ceasefire Coordination Team.
Ceasefire team to discuss President’s policy guidelines
Yu Wai
Dec 14, 2014
The UPWC has proposed resuming the talks before December 25.
US Conditions Military Assistance to Myanmar
Security-risks Monitor
Dec 13, 2014
Details of US Congress Bil Conditions on Myanmar for Military Assistance
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