The Karen National Union has rejected a news report suggesting that the man detained in connection with the recent bombings in Rangoon is a member of the armed ethnic rebel group.
New laws follow in the wake of a series of bombings across Burma that the government has pinned on exiled opposition groups
Civilian casualities were ‘unavoidable’ in Tuesday’s attack in Karenni state aimed at halting progress on a controversial dam
Reward offered despite Burmese media already pointing the blame at opposition groups for alleged grenade attacks that killed 10
[album: https://www.dvb.no/wp-content/plugins/dm-albums/dm-albums.php?currdir=/wp-content/uploads/dm-albums/Rangoon bombings/] As thousands gathered in Rangoon last week to celebrate Burmese new year (‘Thingyan’), three bombs exploded in an area close to Kandawgyi lake and popular with revellers.[…]
Feb 4, 2010 (DVB), An armed ethnic Karenni party has admitted to the recent bombing of two electricity towers in eastern Burma, but claimed that it did not intend to[…]