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People Forced to Protest

A march held to: ‘Commemorate Union Day by signing the nationwide ceasefire because it is the will of the people' in Mon State on the morning of 27th January had nothing to do with the wills and wishes of local residents according to those who spoke to IMNA News.


Burma Army Sends Reinforcements to Kachin State's Hpakant

A large number of Burma Army troop reinforcements have arrived in Kachin State's jade rich Hpakant township over the past week following the heavy fighting that took place there last week between government forces and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), Kachin News has learned.


Slain Kachin Teachers Deserve Justice Says 88' Student Leader

Former political prisoner and famous '88 generation Student Leader Mya Aye says that there must be justice for the two slain teachers who were raped and killed in Northern Shan State earlier this month. The alleged perpetrators are believed to be Burmese soldiers stationed in the area. The case has drawn widespread attention across Burma and around the world.


Residents Arrest Policeman for Possession of Drugs

S.H.A.N. News has learnt that a group of youths carrying out ward security patrols arrested a policeman and a villager with drugs in Kung Hser Ward, Namkham Town, Northern Shan State.


UNFC Leader Calls for the signing Federal Union Agreement

Gen N.Ban La, Chairman of the 12 armed organization alliance, the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC), said on Sunday, 25 January that a proposal has been presented to President Thein Sein to host a ceremony for the signing of an agreement on federalism.


Shan and Kachin Leaders Meet

Gen N.Ban La, Vice President of the Kachin Independence Organization/Kachin Independence Army (KIO/KIA) and also Chairman of the 12 armed organization alliance United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC), was received by Restoration Council of Shan State/Shan State Army (RCSS/SSA) Lt-Gen Yawd Serk at his Loi Taileng base on Monday, 19 January, according to SSA sources.


Memorial Service Held for Legendary Deceased Karen General

A memorial service was held for General Bo Mya, the late chairman of the Karen National Union and head of its armed wing, the Karen National Liberation Army and for his oldest son, Saw Nay Kaw. General Bo Mya served the Karen struggle frpm the 1940’s until his death in 2006.


Karen Community Groups Build School for Remote Villagers

Primary school students from Htee Klo Thaw village in Hlaingbwe Township will be starting the 2015 academic year in a new school. The Karen Community Based Network Group (KCBNG) is finalizing the school construction project to have it ready for the students.


Karenni Unemployed Youths Offered Work in Japan

One Hundred youths from Karenni State under the age of 30 will be given job training in early February so that they can go work in Japan said the state prime minister, U Khin Maung Oo.


450 People Made Homeless by Refugee Camp Fire

A blaze at Kyein-Ne-Pyin refugee camp in Pauktaw Township, Arakan State left about 450 people from 106 households homeless according to U Kyaw Soe Lwin the township administrator.


Army Hunts Bandits in the Mayu Mountains

Narinjara News has learnt that the Burma Army is intensively searching the Mayu Mountain Range for a bandit group that carried out robberies in Mayu Port in the southern part of Rathedaung Township in Arakan State.

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