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Despite Thaw, Burmese Still Dying in War Zone

Sydney Morning Herald
01/03/2012

A recent Sydney Morning Herald piece tells of the ongoing human rights violations occurring in Burma.

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Despite thaw, Burmese still dying in war zone

The Sydney Morning Herald
12/31/2011

RUILI, China-Burma border: The villagers scattered as machine guns raked the darkness, fleeing from the Burmese troops into the thick of the jungle. When day came they crept from their hiding places to find each other.

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Coercion Continues under New Govt in Chin State

Chinland Guardian
12/23/2011

23 December 2011: Chin locals in small villages are still suffering from various forms of coercive measures committed by authorities and Burma Army soldiers on patrol, the Chin Human Rights Organization's sources disclosed.

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Christmas Eve to be a Silent Night in Kachin State

The Irrawaddy
12/23/2011

Burma’s ethnic Kachin community, which is 90 percent Christian, traditionally celebrates Christmas complete with decorations, caroling and church worship. But due to the ongoing armed hostilities in their region of northern Burma, this year’s holiday celebrations will range from low-key to non-existent.

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Kachin army approached for fresh talks

Democratic Voice of Burma
12/20/2011

A newly-formed government committee has requested the resumption of talks with the warring Kachin Independence Army (KIA) in a bid to negotiate an end to often brutal fighting in Burma’s northern state. A letter was sent to the rebel group on Friday last week, according to deputy commander-in-chief of the KIA, Gun Maw.

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