Burma leader meets Karen rebels

Burma leader meets Karen rebels

Yangon : Myanmar | Apr 07, 2012 at 1:49 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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Burma President Thein Sein meets Karen rebels Thein Sein is the first Burmese president to hold direct talks with the Karen rebels Karen rebels fighting the government in Burma have confirmed to the BBC that their leaders have met Burma's President Thein Sein. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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Karen National Union rebels have signed a ceasefire with the Myanmar government after decades of civil conflict
Karen National Union rebels have signed a ceasefire with the Myanmar government after decades of civil conflict
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