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With more ethnic-based political parties registering in Chin, Arakan and Mon states, competition promises to be tough in November’s general election.
The Karen National Union vice president told DVB that current fighting in northern and eastern Burma has damaged trust.
This week in business; the wage war continues as workers rally and factories threaten closure, ‘New Rangoon’ property goes ahead and Henekin taps into Burma.
Close to the Burmese-Thai border, young Karenni refugees study desperately to gain acceptance into universities worldwide. But with talks of repatriation echoing through the camps, it’s unsure how long they…
Burmese govt press cite sources claiming that relief supplies are ‘abundant’ in the camps.