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Thai PM sends signals by visiting Myanmar first, says Bangkok daily
Geoffrey Goddard
Sep 18, 2014
Thailand's junta leader and Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha to visit Myanmar on his first official overseas trip.
Myanmar Police Force seeks intelligence on al-Qaeda from Interpol
Hein Ko Soe
Sep 18, 2014
Myanmar Police Force sought information from Interpol about al-Qaeda following its recent threat to launch attacks in South Asia, Myanmar
Awareness programme on Indo-Myanmar border trade held at CCpur
Sep 17, 2014
A one day awareness programme on the Indo-Myanmar trade and Look East Policy was held at the Churachandpur.
Government negotiators propose dates for next ceasefire talks
Sep 11, 2014
Government negotiators have proposed three-day meeting
Tatmadaw reshuffles senior officers
Mizzima News
Sep 10, 2014
Lieutenant-General Mya Tun Oo was appointed chief of military security in a reshuffle of senior Tatmadaw officers on September 8.
Director of Myanmar’s President’s Office reacts to terror-threat
Mizzima News
Sep 6, 2014
U Zaw Htay, director of Myanmar’s President’s Office responded to the formation of ‘al-Qaeda in the Sub-continent’ by taking to his Facebook page.
Indian Muslims reject, dismiss al-Qaeda jihad call
Akhtar Ali
Sep 6, 2014
A call by al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri for Muslims in India, Bangladesh and Burma to rise up is falling flat.
Political parties begin planning for post-ceasefire dialogue
Nan Lwin, Yu Wai , Shwe Yee Win Htet
Sep 5, 2014
More than 30 political parties were represented at a meeting held in Yangon on September 3 for preliminary talks on the political dialogue
Myanmar disputes accounts of repatriation agreement with Dhaka
Mratt Kyaw Thu and Kay Zue
Sep 4, 2014
Myanmar disputed claims it has an agreement with Dhaka for repatriation from Bangladesh of 2,415 people who called themselves Rohingya.
UNFC will work with democracy pressure groups for federal state
Sep 2, 2014
The groups have concluded two days of talks held in Chiang Mai, building upon earlier talks among the parties held July.
Two Holdout Myanmar Armed Ethnic Groups Agree to Cease-Fire Deal
Aug 31, 2014
Two major Myanmar armed ethnic groups that have shunned talks to nationwide ceasefire agreement with government have agreed to sign a peace deal.
Did Pak Air Chief Discuss JF 17 Sale in Myanmar?
Security Risks Research
Aug 28, 2014
Pakistan and Myanmar air chiefs meet and express satisfaction on cooperation between the two Air Forces
Peace, compromise and federalism
Aung Naing Oo
Aug 26, 2014
'Federalism is no longer a taboo subject and it no longer appears to be a distant prospect in Myanmar'
UN Reports Increase in Boat People Fleeing Myanmar, Bangladesh
VOA News
Aug 25, 2014
A new U.N. report points to a sharp increase in numbers of boat people mostly from Myanmar, also known as Burma, and Bangladesh.
NCCT wants Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to witness ceasefire agreement
Kay Zue
Aug 20, 2014
The Nationwide Ceasefire Co-ordination Team asked Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to witness signing of ceasefire agreement.
Rakhine’s Chief Minister promises improved coastguard
Kay Zue
Aug 18, 2014
Chief Minister U Maung Maung Ohn has told Rakhine’s State Hluttaw that he will provide increased resource to the state’s coastguard.
NCCT to seek adjustments to draft ceasefire agreement
Aug 14, 2014
Leaders of the National Ceasefire Coordination Team and other armed ethnic groups at their summit held at Laiza, Kachin State.
Section 436 petition will receive recognition it deserves, says Speaker
Win Ko Ko Latt and Maung Thintone
Aug 13, 2014
Petition signed by five million citizens in support of amending Section 436 of the Constitution will receive the consideration in parliament.
Myanmar’s Police Force look to extend EU training partnership
Hein Ko Soe
Aug 12, 2014
The Myanmar Police Force hopes to extend the training programme it has conducted in partnership with the European Union since September 2013.
Bilateral issues between India and Myanmar
Security Risks Monitor
Aug 8, 2014
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