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Karen communities across Burma gathered on Tuesday to celebrate the 64th Karen Martyrs’ Day.
Efforts are underway on the Rangoon River by a local team to find and recover the Great Bell of Dhammazedi, which sank 400 years ago.
Thousands of people in eastern Burma are urgently in need of drinking water after the area’s lakes and wells were polluted by floodwater last week.
According to Sagaing villager, 384 acres of land will be returned by military, which confiscated 3,000 acres in Hyaukshai village in 1999 for a sugarcane plantation project.
Burmese govt negotiator makes the call following an agreement to facilitate political dialogue with armed minorities within 90 days of the signing of a nationwide ceasefire.