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Thursday’s signatories will hope that the inking of the ceasefire, with its broad but stated points to address localised conflict, will provide the time needed for lengthy discussions to come.
Aye Maung said he has not responded to China’s offers of help. But he said he would like tractors and farm machinery to help with Arakan’s harvest.
A Rangoon man was detained by police on Wednesday for sharing a photoshopped image on Facebook mocking Commander-in-Chief Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing.
Kaman National Progressive Party vice chairman Hla Toe talks about his party’s campaign, the problems of the Kaman Muslims and Burma’s political future.
An estimated 250,000 Burmese nationals live and work in Singapore.