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One year on from the callous murder of two Kachin school teachers in northern Burma, family and community members are still seeking closure.
“The RCSS has expanded troop presences in Namhkan, Kyaukme, Lashio and Kutkai – bolstering their numbers to about 1,000 in the area of fighting alone.”
The son-in-law of Burma’s former junta chief has been selected among the military appointed representatives that will sit in next month’s new-look legislatures.
Aung San Suu Kyi met American diplomats on Monday as Burma transitions to a new government after her party’s sweeping election victory last November.