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Bon-Talar Waterfall Sealed Road Unusable after Less than One Year

Khonumthung has leant that the sealed road to Bon-Talar Waterfall in Matupi Township, Southern Chin state has deteriorated so much that most of it is impassable less than a year after it was constructed.

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SNLD Call for Reform of Law Banning Association with Illegal Organisations

Section 17/1 of the Unlawful Associations Act, which threatens anyone who has contact with an illegal association with prison should be abolished or suspended during the peace process said U Sai Nyunt Lwin the general secretary of the Shan National League for Democracy (SNLD).

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Rescued Rohingya Boat People before Chittagong Court

Chittagong, Bangladesh:  82 Rohingyas from the 600 refugees who were rescued on 17th November while being trafficked to Malaysia, were bought before the Chittagong Chief Magistrate’s court for illegal entry into Bangladesh on 19th November said Kazi Shahabuddin, the Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Patenga Police Station.

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UNFC Ethnic Alliance Clears Up "Misunderstanding" with Naypyidaw

The largest alliance of ethnic armed groups in Burma, the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC) claims that it has been able to clear up what the group characterized as a “misunderstanding” with officials in Naypyidaw about the group's policy.

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Two Villagers Wearing SSA Golden Jubilee Shirts Detained by Burma Army

S.H.A.N has learnt that two villagers were detained and questioned by government soldiers at a checkpoint on 12th November because they were wearing Shan State Progressive Party/Shan State Army (SSPP/SSA) golden jubilee anniversary T-shirts.

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Burma Army Shelling of Laiza Training Ground Was Deliberate Says KIO

A shell fired by Burma army forces hit a Kachin Independence Army (KIA) training ground near Laiza mid-day Wednesday killing 22 young men on impact and injuring 16 more. The victims of the shelling were taking part in an officer training program run by the KIA, the armed-wing of the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO).

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People's Voice Forum to Be Held in Karenni State

The People’s Voice Forum for Karenni State, which will collect information about the obstacles and hardships faced by Karenni people, will be held from 19th November till 21st November.

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Confusion Over Identity of Drug Trafficker

Confusion has arisen as to the identity of a drug trafficker and who really owns the assets in Hway-Aot village, Mongton township, eastern Shan state that have been sealed off by the authorities following a drugs bust.

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Families Relocated for Japan-Burma Thilawa Project Living in Deplorable Conditions

Families moved by the Burmese government to make way for a special economic zone in Thilawa have been living in deplorable conditions, leaving them hungry and sick, a report by a human rights organisation has found.

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Mon M.P. Tells Obama Peace Process Will Be Faster under a Federalist System

If, following ongoing talks in the Burmese Hluttaw (Parliament), the Burmese constitution is amended to follow a federalist system granting equal rights to ethnic groups it will speed up the peace process Amyotha Hluttaw Representative Dr. Banyar Aung Moe told President Obama.

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KIA Fight with Burma Army in Kachin State

Troops from the Kachin Independence Organization's (KIO) armed wing clashed with Burma army forces on 16th November in eastern Kachin State, according to an officer with group.

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