The Karen National Union (KNU) reinstated the Karen National Liberation Army’s Commander-in-Chief Mutu Say Poe and the KNU’s Social Welfare Department head Roger Khin after the two were dismissed last month
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Oct 28, 2009 (DVB), Thai security officers yesterday raided around 10 houses belonging to key Karen leaders in the Thai border town of Mae Sot. Among those searched were houses[…]
Mar 24, 2009 (DVB), The Karen National Union has criticised plans for Thai-brokered reconciliation talks with the Burmese government, claiming that the process is only a means to move closer[…]
The Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Representative Committee (CRPH) announced that an interest-free two-month loan for civil servants provided by the ousted civilian government in advance is assumed as a non-repayable. The announcement[…]
Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), acting of Myanmar union parliament formed by elected lawmakers, mostly from the NLD issued an announced on Mar.5 its 4 political objective that to end[…]
A 27-year-old Ko Zaw Myo was shot dead in the neck while he was helping to fix a traffic jam today in the second largest city, Mandalay. There have been[…]
Riot police were firing shots into the air and set off stun grenades to forcely disperse the crowd protesting against the military, and had arrested the protesters including two journalists[…]
The military council has been appointed new administrators while the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Representative Committee-CRPH is planning to form ward / village or township level public administrations. Across the country, there[…]
The KNU-Karen National Union, one of the largest ethnic armed political organizations, released a statement on Feb 14 concerning the Myanmar military coup. The statement expressed it condemned the military[…]
More than 80 detained protesters, arrested in yesterday’s anti-coup demonstration in Mandalay were released this afternoon (Feb 10). Military-run media has described in its news release on Feb 9 “about[…]
The State Administrative Council, including 11 members, chaired by Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, including eight military leaders and three civilian leaders, was recently formed to assume gov’t functions on[…]
As of 8 PM, 28 Jan, a total of 16,378 samples were tested and found more 350 new cases and 14 deaths. MoHS has reported 139,152 of total confirmed cases[…]
As of 8 PM, 27 Jan, a total of 16,556 samples were tested and found more 434 new cases and 7 deaths. MoHS has reported 138,802 of the total confirmed[…]
Aung San Suu Kyi reaffirms her commitment to the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement at the second anniversary of the pact’s signing as Burma’s commander-in-chief urges holdouts to get on board and the leader of the most prominent ethnic armed signatory to the accord acknowledges doubts about the peace process.