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Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing tells Chinese ambassador that artillery shells that injured five in Nansan last week were not fired by Burmese government forces.
Burma’s Information Minister Ye Htut on Monday said that Burma will repatriate any so-called ‘boat people’ – so long as they can show evidence of citizenship.
Around 60 homes in Shwebontha village had their roofs blow off, while the Buddhist monastery and local schools were also damaged, a local resident told DVB.
“The question of succession has been resolved amicably, and Soe Win will take over as commander-in-chief of the military in July,” says analyst Larry Jagan.
Karenni Army troops have left the Karenni State capital after causing a stir by entering the town in defiance of a government ban.