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Foreign Office Consultations between India and Myanmar
Security Risks Monitor
Jul 24, 2014
The 14th round of Foreign Office Consultations between India and Myanmar was held in New Delhi on July 23, 2014.
UN's new special rapporteur on Myanmar discusses IDPs during visit to Kachin State
Jul 23, 2014
United Nations special rapporteur Ms Yanghee Lee discussed people displaced by conflict, land mines, land grabs and rape in talks with government officials.
President U Thein Sein urged to attend Martyrs' Day ceremony
Nan Lwin Hnin Pwint
Jul 17, 2014
Civil society groups have written to President U Thein Sein, the Speaker of Parliament, Thura U Shwe Mann and Senior General Min Aung Hlaing to attend the Martyrs' Day ceremony in Yangon.
Myanmar agrees to joint military exercises, says Thai military source
Mratt Kyaw Thu
Jul 16, 2014
Myanmar has agreed in-principle to participate in joint military exercises with Thailand, a senior Thai armed forces official said.
Facebook to help Myanmar government monitor malicious rumours
Tin Zar Aung
Jul 10, 2014
Facebook, the social media networking platform, agreed to work with the Myanmar government to monitor the activities of Facebook users.
Ceasefire accord unlikely to be finalised this month, says MPC
Tin Zar Aung
Jul 8, 2014
The Myanmar Peace Center says its unlikely that talks between the government and armed ethnic groups to finalize a draft ceasefire agreement.
Min Aung Hlaing hails Thai coup says Bangkok Post
Bangkok Post and DVB
Jul 5, 2014
Burmese armed forces leader Min Aung Hlaing praised the decision by Thai generals to seize power in the May 22 coup.Gen Min Aung Hlaing said he has confidence in the Thai armed forces.
Internet rumour sparks communal violence in Mandalay
Mizzima News
Jul 3, 2014
A Mandalay website, M-Media, had posted screen grabs of claims
Push for proportional representation is a distraction, says NLD
Khin Nyein Thit
Jul 3, 2014
A senior member of the NLD accused ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party of promoting proportional representation to distract the public from a campaign to amend the constitution.
Lasting peace within reach, predicts government ceasefire negotiator
Aung Thura Tun
Jul 2, 2014
Myanmar will achieve lasting peace before the end of President U Thein Sein's term.
Precursor chemicals to make illicit drugs increased in 2013, Myanmar
Portia Larlee
Jun 28, 2014
To mark World Drug Day on June 26, the Myanmar government held illicit drug burning ceremonies throughout the country.
Myanmar armed personnel intrude into Haolenphai village
Imphal Free Press
Jun 23, 2014
Indo-Myanmar border town and is inhabited by the Kuki community.
Villagers caught in row
Jun 22, 2014
Villagers of Haolenphai in Manipur living in fear after the Myanmar army allegedly forced them to dismantle two houses after entering the village.
Clashes will not affect peace process, says KNU
Jun 19, 2014
The KNU says recent clashes in Tanintharyi Region between its armed wing and Tatmadaw units will not affect the peace talks
$107m World Bank project for Indian state to improve road links with Bangladesh, Myanmar
Mizzima News
Jun 15, 2014
World Bank approved credit to improve transport connectivity for the landlocked Mizoram
Parliamentary panel votes to retain ban on NLD leader becoming president
Hein Ko Soe
Jun 14, 2014
Aung Suu Kyi will not be able to contest for Presidency
80 groups urge scrapping of proposed religious conversion law
Mizzima News
Jun 13, 2014
More than 80 civil society groups throughout the world have called on the Myanmar government to scrap a proposed law on religious conversion.
Myanmar Military Wants All Ethnic Rebels Groups in Cease-Fire Agreement
Mizzima News
Jun 6, 2014
Myanmar’s military chief wants all armed ethnic groups to strive hard to join a proposed nationwide cease-fire agreement.
New ceasefire agreement to be signed in three months, says KNU
Sa Ye Min Tun
Jun 6, 2014
KNU will sign a new ceasefire agreement with the Tatmadaw within three months,Padoh Mahn Nyein Maung said.
South Korea to unveil memorial for victims of 1983 bombing
Mizzima News
Jun 5, 2014
South Korea will this week unveil in Yangon a memorial to the 17 victims of a bombing in 1983 carried out by North Korean agents.
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