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Tens of thousands of Kokang civilians, mostly women, children and the elderly, have flooded across the Chinese border into the town of Nansan following three days of intense clashes between…
Naypyidaw has advised that non-citizens will have their white cards expire on 31 March 2015, despite a parliamentary decision to allow holders to vote in an upcoming referendum.
Unity and harmony were far from evident in northeastern Shan State, where air strikes were ordered on Kokang positions, forcing thousands of villagers to flee across the Chinese border.
Burma’s President Thein Sein urges his people to work together to establish a union based on a federal system.
A month on from the killings, investigations into the deaths of the Kachin schoolteachers appear to be drawing to a close.