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Govt accuses EU of infringing on Myanmar’s sovereignty
Mizzima News
Mar 29, 2015
Government criticised European Union resolution adopted by UNHRC in Geneva saying it amounts to infringement of Myanmar’s sovereignty.
Russia, Myanmar reaffirm nuclear cooperation
Mizzima News
Mar 28, 2015
Russia and Myanmar have agreed to cooperate in nuclear energy, Rosatom Russia’s nuclear regulatory body.
‘Chinese mercenaries’ recruited by Kokang rebels: recruiter
Mizzima News
Mar 26, 2015
Rebel forces fighting Myanmar troops in Kokang border region of Shan state actively trying to recruit Chinese nationals as mercenaries.
Despite Peace Talks, Myanmar Expands Kachin Offensive
VOA News
Mar 24, 2015
Myanmar's Kachin rebels say government has expanded its offensive against them while continuing peace talks with ethnic groups.
Myanmar Hard-Liners Sowing Unrest to Undermine Democratic Reform: Report
Joshua Lipes
Mar 24, 2015
Hard-liners in Myanmar’s government are deliberately instigating communal violence in the country in a bid to derail democracy.
Ceasefire talks to resume on March 30
Kay Zue
Mar 24, 2015
The 7th round of ceasefire talks will take a pause and will resume on March 30 because some points remain to be discussed.
Ceasefire talks making progress in Myanmar
Mizzima News
Mar 22, 2015
Myanmar government negotiators and armed ethnic groups ended on positive note on March 20 in Yangon.
Tatmadaw to maintain political role, says President
Mizzima News
Mar 21, 2015
Tatmadaw will maintain its role in politics to support the transition to democracy, President U Thein Sein told BBC.
Fighting focus of 1st day of 7th round of ceasefire talks
Kay Zue
Mar 19, 2015
NCCT discussions mainly focused on how to stop the current fighting as soon as possible.
Presence of PLA inspires residents near China-Myanmar border
China Military Online
Mar 19, 2015
PLA strengthened deployment and border patrol after four Chinese people were killed by bomb dropped by a Myanmar warplane in Yunnan.
is Myanmar back to regression: Bangkok Post ?
Security-risks Monitor
Mar 18, 2015
Myanmar authorities have resorted once again to brutally beating, torturing and imprisoning young protesters said post in Bangkok Post.
Two Indian navy ships visit Yangon
Mizzima News
Mar 17, 2015
Indian Embassy in Myanmar announced two Indian navy ships named “Saryu” and “Batti Malv” set to arrive in Yangon on March 16.
KIA, Tatmadaw to meet in Nay Pyi Taw on March 16
Win Ko Ko Latt, Maung Thin Tone
Mar 16, 2015
Leaders of KIA and Tatmadaw are due to meet in Nay Pyi Taw on March 16 said senior official from the Myanmar Peace Center.
Senior Chinese military leader makes emergency phone call with Myanmar's defense chief
China Military Online
Mar 16, 2015
Fan Changlong of China’s(CMC)made emergency phone call with Min Aung Hlaing commander-in-chief of Myanmar's Defense Services.
China summons Myanmar ambassador over border bombing deaths
Mizzima News
Mar 15, 2015
China summoned Myanmar’s ambassador in Beijing after four Chinese were killed by bomb dropped by Myanmar warplane near border.
DKBA and government troops in firefight
Mizzima News
Mar 14, 2015
Fighting between government troops and soldiers from Democratic Karen Benevolent Army broke out March 11 near Kawkareik Town.
Pakistani navy ship docks in Yangon on goodwill visit
Mizzima News
Mar 13, 2015
Pakistani navy ship named “PNS Zulfiquar”, commanded by Captain Amir Mahmood, paid a goodwill visit to Myanmar on March 10.
Indian Mizo Leader to Assist Myanmar in Peace Talks
Security-risks Monitor
Mar 11, 2015
Narendra Modi is slated to visit Myanmar in May his second visit within seven months after coming to power.
Military chief tightens laws for Kokang area
Wai Mar Thein
Mar 8, 2015
Military authorities in Nay Pyi Taw issued amendments to military administrative order effectively imposing harsher penalties.
President holds rare talks with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi
Mizzima News
Mar 4, 2015
Myanmar President U Thein Sein and National League for Democracy chairperson Daw Aung San Suu Kyi held rare talks.
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