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3,000 displaced by recent Kachin fighting
Seamus Martov
Apr 15, 2014
Clashes between Burmese military forces and troops from the Kachin Independence Organisation (KIO) began
China Closes Border as Thousands Flee Kachin War
Kachinland News/DVB
Apr 12, 2014
Reports indicate fighting has been intensified in the Kachin areas need verification
UNFPA under fire over census role
Manny Maung and Geoffrey Goddard
Apr 11, 2014
The latest criticism follows the riots targeting the homes, offices and warehouses of UN agencies and international non-government organisations in the Rakhine State capital, Sittwe, late last month.
Disagreements delay talks on national ceasefire agreement
Hnin Pwint
Apr 8, 2014
Constitutional difficulties may delay cease fire agreement
400,000 Kachins overlooked by census: Khon Ja
Shwe Aung
Apr 1, 2014
As many as 400,000 people in Burma’s northern Kachin State could be excluded from the nationwide census
Ceasefire has priority over political dialogue: military chief
Win Ko Ko Latt
Mar 29, 2014
General Min Aung Hlaing in Tatmadaw Day speech in Nay Pyi Taw on March 27.
DVB Debate: Will the census bring consensus?
Democratic Voice of Burma
Mar 27, 2014
International groups have warned census could trigger further violence
1,200km march begins to demand cancellation of Myitsone Dam project
Shwe Yee Win Htet
Mar 25, 2014
Activists leave Yangon on March 23 as they begin a 1,200-kilometre march to the site of the Mytsone Dam in Kachin State to call for the cancellation of the project
KIO refuses to allow census on its territory
Hein Ko Soe
Mar 19, 2014
The Kachin Independence Organisation has rejected a request from the government to collect census data
NCCT to choose representatives for ceasefire drafting panel
Yu Wai
Mar 18, 2014
Myanmar Cease Fire Hopes Move Forward
President airs hopes for a peaceful Myanmar
Mar 17, 2014
“I want peace throughout the nation, including Kachin State,” the President said.
Myanmar transition ‘fragile’, says UN envoy Quintana
Mizzima and AFP
Mar 15, 2014
The current nominally civilian government has reached tentative peace deals with most rebel groups, but a nationwide ceasefire has so far proved elusive.
Government should prove its sincerity, says KNLA commander
Ni Ni Myint
Mar 11, 2014
Major Saw KlerDoh said the Tatmadaw had more than 80 positions in the 5th Brigade area in Karen area
Joint committee to draft nationwide ceasefire agreement
Tin Zar Aung and Kyal Pyar
Mar 11, 2014
Common draft agreed
Bharat Restaurant in Yangon
Mar 5, 2014
Indian curry remains popular in Yangon Myanmar's former capital and biggest city
Burma Army clashes with SSA-S, TNLA in Shan State
Nang Mya Nadi
Feb 26, 2014
May affect talks with ethnic groups
Is Burma on the right path to reform?
Feb 24, 2014
Many in Myanmar concede that Thein Sein’s claim of a much-improved nation since his government came to power in March 2011 is valid
The people must respect the Constitution: military bloc leader
Min Min
Feb 19, 2014
Myanmar Army Comes Out Strongly against Constitution Amendment
Myanmar Conflict Alert: A Risky Census
International Crisis Group
Feb 17, 2014
The nationwide census planned for 30 March to 10 April 2014 risks inflaming tensions at a critical moment in Myanmar’s peace process and democratic transition.
Govt unwilling to seek political solution to ‘civil war’: KIO chief
Feb 8, 2014
Kachin Independence Organization chairman Lanyaw Zawng Hra said on February 5 in speech marking the Kachin Resistance Day
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