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International assistance may depend on ceasefire agreement: Lamai Gun Ja
Hein Ko Soe
Oct 30, 2014
Lamai Gun Ja who met with US Ambassador said US will assist in ceasefire process.
Sophisticated border patrol speedboats arrive in Maungdaw
Mizzima News
Oct 29, 2014
Two armed speedboats will be used to patrol Myanmar's western border with Bangladesh.
Myanmar Opposition Welcomes Election Announcement
VOA News
Oct 25, 2014
The National League for Democracy (NLD), which is led by Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, says it is looking forward to the vote.
Myanmar’s Military Lawmakers Refuse to Give up Veto Power
Mizzima News
Oct 25, 2014
Myanmar’s powerful military is against any proposed changes to the constitution.
Ethnic parties merge plans for political peace talks
Nan Lwin Hnin Pwint
Oct 18, 2014
Ethnic parties separately drew up fourframeworks for political dialogue
Myanmar Army team in Dhaka
Security Risks Research
Oct 17, 2014
A delegation of Myanmar Army was in Dhaka
Analysts, political parties fear postponement of 2015 election
Nan Myint
Oct 17, 2014
Myanmar authoritiew may look for an excuse to posttone the 2015 elections.
First phase of listing 2015 election voters to start November
Hein Ko Soe
Oct 16, 2014
The first phase of compiling lists of eligible voters for the planned 2015
Myanmar’s Military Chief Meets Journalists Over Coverage Constraints
RFA/RL
Oct 16, 2014
Myanmar’s military chief agreed to “collaborate” with the media
EU training helps police force build a better image
Yola Yerbruggen
Oct 13, 2014
A training program funded by the EU is gradually bringing positive change to image of the Myanmar Police Force and its relationship with public.
Myanmar, Thailand twin provinces
Mizzima Report
Oct 10, 2014
Thailand and Myanmar will sign three memorandums of understanding
SCI Launches India-Myanmar Service (IMS)
Security Risks Monitor
Oct 8, 2014
India Myanmar Service (IMS) Container service was launched at Chennai, to link South & East India to Myanmar.
Government, Rebels Suffer Fatalities in Myanmar's Shan State Clashes
RFA
Oct 5, 2014
Five Myanmar government soldiers and two Shan ethnic rebels have died in clashes in the country’s northeastern Shan state rebel groups said.
Battles ‘not harmful to peace process’
Mizzima Report
Oct 4, 2014
Myanmar government’s UPWC and leaders of armed ethnic groups claim recent resumption of armed clashes are not harmful to peace-making process.
Shan armed groups and political parties to meet in Bangkok
Foe Soe Thu
Oct 3, 2014
Leaders of armed ethnic groups and political parties from Shan State will hold talks in Bangkok on October 2 and 3, U Sai Nyunt Lwin.
Tatmadaw not at fault for DKBA clashes
Hein Ko Soe, Kyal Pyar
Oct 1, 2014
Union government troops are not to be blamed
Good will ceremony held at Indo-Myanmar border
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 30, 2014
Soil compactor presentation ceremony was held
India-ASEAN meet on connectivity begins in Shillong
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 30, 2014
A high level two-day roundtable on "Challenges and Opportunities for Northeast India" began in Shillong's Picturesque Pine Wood Hotel.
Making history on the long road to peace
Mizzima News
Sep 21, 2014
An historic tripartite meeting among representatives of the Government of Myanmar, political parties and ethnic armed groups took place.
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.
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