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Thai Princess visits Burma

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of the Kingdom of Thailand is on a three-day visit to Burma from 15 to 17 March at the invitation of the Chairman of the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC)...
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Weapon parts seized in Thailand

Thai police think the illegally made M79 grenade launcher parts seized in Ayutthaya on March 13 and more in the neighbouring Samut Prakan the next day are for the United Wa State Army (UWSA),...
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More migrant workers heading home

Several migrant workers are heading home from Thailand to southern Burma, according to local sources at the crossing of Three Pagodas Pass Thai Burma...
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Junta spurns Wa proposal

The United Wa State Army’s 9-point counter proposal for transforming into a Burmese Army controlled Border Guard Force (BGF) was shot down by Naypyitaw on March 13,...
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Environmentalists mark anti-dam day

At a ceremony to “lengthen the life of the Salween”, hundreds of environmentalists and local villagers along the Salween from both Thailand and Burma gathered to continue protesting against any dam projects on the Salween basin,...
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Burmese military intelligence office gutted in Arakan

An office of the Burmese military intelligence, Sarafa in Burmese, in Arakan State's Buthidaung Township was gutted in a fire that broke out in the early hours of Saturday,...
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Burmese PM to visit northern Arakan

Burma's Prime Minister, Lt. General Thein Sein, is reportedly visiting northern Arakan on March 16, although the reason for his trip remains unknown,...
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Democratic Party gearing up to be in election fray


The Democratic Party - Myanmar (DPM) headed by veteran politician and former diplomat Thu Wai and the daughters of former leaders of the country is going to contest the forthcoming...
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Chin politicians gear up for 2010 elections in Burma

Chin politicians are gearing up for the forthcoming 2010 general elections in Burma even as the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) has announced the election law...
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Kachin Party to contest 2010 polls

The Kachin State Progressive Party (KSPP) led by Dr Manam Tuja, former leader of the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) is entering the electoral fray with the requisite...
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Nasaka calls villagers to clarify electoral laws

Burma’s border security force - Nasaka called village elders, Village Peace and Development Council (VPDC) members, businessmen and their henchmen to the Nasaka camp on March 14 to clarify the recently announced electoral laws,...
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