The 10th Karen Unity Seminar wraps up on Saturday after three days of talks in Hpa-an focused on bringing together the various competing ethnic Karen factions.
Unarmed soldiers from the KNU, the BGF and the KPC march together without arms in a show of unity as Karens mark their New Year at Shwe Koko.
A long festering war between the central government and the ethnic states has torn and divided Burma for over 60 years. Can the current peace process, launched by President Thein Sein in 2011, bring about a lasting peace?
Film documenting a day in the life of a Karen photojournalist during the September 2007 uprising wins Art of Freedom Festival award
Karen group says rosy assessments of Burma done without hearing the painful stories of civilians in rural areas whose suffering continues
Several reports from civilian areas in Kachin state claim a yellow substance that fell from the sky caused burn holes through vegetation
Recent talks between government and four other ethnic armies, including Karen, ends on promising note, although fighting continues
Women’s League of Burma accompanies release of film with call for efforts to increase on implementing a UN war crimes probe
Burmese troops to begin withdrawal from Democratic Karen Buddhist Army areas as ceasefire set to come into force on 6 November
Border aid group says levels of displacement of people in eastern Burma higher than any year since data collection began in 2002