Charred Human Remains Found After Clashes in Northern Shan State Village

May 25th, 2016|0 Comments

By Shan Herald Agency for News (SHAN) | May 25, 2016 The charred remains of at least three bodies were found in the northern Shan State village of Woe Long in Kyaukme Township after a battle took place there between the Burma Army [...]

The Prospects for Peace

May 25th, 2016|0 Comments

By Roland Watson, Dictator Watch | May 24, 2016 There have been a number of significant events in Burma in the last two weeks. However, it is difficult to discern how they might come together - what their overall import will be. They [...]

‘I Am Going to Bring Them to Court Some Day FOR JUSTICE’ – Former Teenage Political Prisoner Soe Lwin

May 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

By Burma Link | May 23, 2016 Soe Lwin is a 34-year-old man from Dawei who comes from a family of political prisoners. Despite his young age, Soe Lwin has spent nearly half of his life in prison. In 1994, Soe Lwin and [...]

Burma Truth On-line Film Festival and Arts Competition: Help Ethnic Minorities Have Voice

May 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

Announcement by the Worldwide Impact Now (WIN) | May 23, 2016 New deadline for submissions is midnight 7 September 2016 Burma Truth on-line festival and competition was established for the purpose of giving “visual voice” to the ethnic minorities of Burma. It is [...]

Multiple Forces in the Divide, an Update on Karen 7th Brigade Region

May 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

By Free Burma Rangers (FBR) | May 20, 2016 OVERVIEW Once one of the strongest regions in Burma for the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA), the area around KNLA 7th Brigade now stands as one of the most divided. As of March, 2016, [...]

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Burma Truth On-line Film Festival and Arts Competition: Help Ethnic Minorities Have Voice

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Announcement by the Worldwide Impact Now (WIN) | May 23, 2016 New deadline for submissions is midnight 7 September 2016 Burma Truth on-line festival and [...]

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Lives on the Line – Book by Burma Link

March 29th, 2016|0 Comments

Burma Link's book, Lives on the Line: Voices for Change from the Thailand-Burma Border, is available in English and Burmese. The book brings stories of [...]

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