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Burma: NLD Members Resign Following Row With Party’s Leaders

More than 130 National League for Democracy (NLD) members have resigned in protest of alleged “cronyism” within its leadership over

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Burma: Karen National Union Reinstates Dismissed Leaders

By Naw Noreen The Karen National Union (KNU) reinstated the Karen National Liberation Army’s Commander-in-Chief Mutu Say Poe and the

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Burma: Military Opens Fire On Residents In Arakan State

The Burmese military have reportedly killed several people in Arakan state after opening fire on residents amid the ongoing sectarian

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Several Labourers Injured After Thai, Burmese Nationals Clash

By Nang Mya Nadi Several people were seriously injured after violence erupted between Thai and Burmese labourers near a construction

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Burma: Locals Protest Against New Power Plant

By Naw Noreen About 100 people in Tenasserim division’s Kawthaung town protested in the streets on Tuesday morning against a

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Social Issues 

Burma: Armed Group, Government To Build Model Village As Fighting Continues

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By Nang Mya Nadi The Shan State Progressive Party (SSPP) is set to partner with the Burmese government to build

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Burma: Officials Press Charges Against ‘Electricity Protestors’

Activists who joined the widespread protests calling for sufficient electricity supplies in Mandalay in May have been charged by the

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Burma: Thein Sein Tipped For Nobel Peace Prize

By Hanna Hindstrom President Thein Sein has been tipped as a frontrunner in this year’s Nobel peace prize award, days

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Burma: British Ambassador Visits Arakan State

By Shwe Aung A British delegation led by Ambassador Andrew Heyn toured Arakan state’s capital Sittwe on 2 October where

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Burma’s ‘Exile Government’ Dissolved

By Peter Aung Burma’s ‘parallel government’ in exile, the National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma (NCGUB), announced its

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