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Mu-Traw District KWO Elects New Leaders

February 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Karen Information Center / BNI Online | February 16, 2018 The Karen Women Organization (KWO) of Mu-Traw (Hpapun) District held its seventh congress on February from 8 to 10, and elected new executive members, who will lead for the next three years. The [...]

China’s Special Envoy for Asian Affairs Meets the PPWT in Yangon

February 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Shan Herald Agency for News (SHAN) / BNI Online | February 15, 2018 The Peace Process Working Team (PPST) representing eight signatories of the nationwide ceasefire agreement (NCA) met with China’s Special Envoy for Asian Affairs in Yangon on February 12. Mr Sun [...]

About 100 Pu-tao Protesters Are Workers From Lower Burma

February 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Kachinland News | February 14, 2018 About 200 Pu-tao residents protested against KIA for current war and destroying bridges in northern Kachin state on Feb 13 at 8 am. Local sources said the protest was organized by Rawang culture association and about 100 [...]

Three Kachin IDPs Released, but Two Still Missing

February 15th, 2018|0 Comments

By Lawi Weng / The Irawaddy | February 14, 2018 Three ethnic Kachin internally displaced persons (IDPs) were released by the Myanmar Army after being forced to work as porters in Mansi township, but two others had yet to return to the Maing [...]

NMSP Chairman Urges Heads of State, Tatmadaw to Stop Military Offensives

February 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Mon News Agency / BNI Online | February 14, 2018 The New Mon State Party (NMSP) chairman Nai Htaw Mon urged the heads of state and the Tatmadaw to stop the military offensives with magnanimity in order for all ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) [...]

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‘They [IDPs] Cannot Buy Medicine Anymore’: Saw Hser Htoo Plaw, Leader of Karen IDP Camp (UPDATE)

January 19th, 2018|Comments Off on ‘They [IDPs] Cannot Buy Medicine Anymore’: Saw Hser Htoo Plaw, Leader of Karen IDP Camp (UPDATE)

‘If Patients Need Medicine, Sometimes We Health Workers Buy It for Them’: Ko Kya, Karen IDP Medic in KNU 5th Brigade

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‘To Get Peace, I Think There Is Only One Way – Fight for It’: Hser Gay Paw, Karen Refugee Resettled in KNDO Base

January 15th, 2018|Comments Off on ‘To Get Peace, I Think There Is Only One Way – Fight for It’: Hser Gay Paw, Karen Refugee Resettled in KNDO Base

‘The Youth Can Help the Government to Better Our Country’: Students and Youth Congress of Burma (SYCB)

January 8th, 2018|Comments Off on ‘The Youth Can Help the Government to Better Our Country’: Students and Youth Congress of Burma (SYCB)

‘If I Return I Fear That I Will Face Terrible Killings and Dangerous Situations’: Naw Thein Nay, KWO Chairwoman in Karen IDP Camp Ei Thu Hta

December 14th, 2017|Comments Off on ‘If I Return I Fear That I Will Face Terrible Killings and Dangerous Situations’: Naw Thein Nay, KWO Chairwoman in Karen IDP Camp Ei Thu Hta

New Burma/Myanmar Media Monitoring Database Focusing on Ethnic Issues

Burma Link | January 22, 2018 Today (December 21, 2017), Burma Link publishes the Burma/Myanmar Media Monitoring Database focusing on ethnic issues, particularly conflict, displacement, [...]

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Burma Link Infographic Briefer: Karen IDPs in Ei Tu Hta Need Support

Burma Link | December 21, 2017 Today (December 21, 2017), Burma Link publishes an infographic briefer about the Karen IDP (internally displaced person) camp Ei [...]

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Top slider 1 photo by Feliz Solomon; Top slider 2 photos by Burma Link, Saw Mra Raza Linn, and Naga National Council.