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Thai seminar on Burma in Pitsanulok Starts 18th December

A two-day seminar on Thai-Burma Studies in the ASEAN Community will be held from 18-19th December at Pitsanulok, where the Third Regional Army is headquartered, according to an invitation by the organizers.


Opium Output and Prices Drop

Reports coming from the border say opium prices have been dropping even though the output has been reduced by adverse weather conditions.


Mawbi State Schools Not Allowed to Teach S’gaw Karen Literature

Retired middle school headmaster Saw Maung Tote, an organizer and a committee member of the Karen Literature and Culture Committee in Rangoon, said the Ministry of Education Department has not given permission to teach S’gaw Karen Literature in Mawbi state schools.


Government Promises 80 Million Kyats to Improve Thanduang Gyi Township Water Supply

During a conference for tourism representatives, the Karen State Chief Minister said the state government would spend 80million kyat to solve the insufficient drinking water problems facing Thandaung Gyi Township in Karen State.


Deputy BGP Chief to Visit Dhaka on 16th December

Dhaka, Bangladesh: A six-member delegation, led by the Deputy Chief of the Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) Brig Gen Thein Oo, will arrive in Dhaka on 16th December to attend a conference, according to a press release.


Halting UN Aid to Kachin Refugees Will Have Dire Impact Say Aid Groups

The suspension of United Nations (UN) aid convoys to refugee camps in Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) territory will lead to a “major crisis” in a very short time aid groups warn.


Government Forces and RCSS/SSA Resume Fighting

Government forces and Restoration Council of Shan State/Shan State Army (RCSS/SSA) forces clashed in Mongpan Township, Linkhe Province, Southern Shan State on the morning of 14th December according to Mongpan residents.


BNI and MJN Become SEAPA Associate Members

Burma News International (BNI) an umbrella organisation for ethnic Burmese media and the Myanmar Journalists Network (MJN) have been accepted as associate members of the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA).


Government Loses 700 Fertilizer Bags When Building Collapses into River

Seven hundred bags of fertilizer sent to help farmers whose paddy fields were ruined by saltwater flooding were destroyed when a storage building collapsed into a river in Rathedaung Township, Arakan state on 13th December.


Two KNU Soldiers Killed by Bandits

IMNA has learnt that two Karen National Union soldiers who came across bandits holding up a bus on the road between Dawei and Ye were shot dead on the evening of 11th December.


Karenni Dictionary to Be Publishedt

The Karenni State parliament approved the publishing of a Karenni (Kayah) language dictionary using the Karenni Kyel-Phoe-Gyi alphabet in September U Moe Z Aung Lin from the Kayah Literature and Culture Group announced on 8th December.

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