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Liaison teams representing the Kachin Independence Organisation (KIO) and the Burmese government's Peace-making Work Committee concluded a two-day meeting in Myitkyina on Tuesday with at least one mediator saying hopes are high that negotiations will
Kachin rebel leaders are scheduled to meet with government peace negotiator Aung Min for another round of ceasefire talks early next month, a senior member of the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) said on Tuesday. San Aung, a KIO peace mediator,
The United Nations has been allowed to deliver humanitarian aid to the Kachin rebel headquarters in northern Burma for the first time since December 2011, but a spokesperson warned on Monday that it will not be enough. A convoy of 11 trucks carrying
Burma's Kachin conflict turning into a war between militias BurmaNet Tuesday 3rd September, 2013 The conflict between the Burma government and the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) has transformed into battles between their respective militias.
Burma's Kachin conflict turning into a war between militias BurmaNet Thursday 29th August, 2013 The conflict between the Burma government and the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) has transformed into battles between their respective militias.
The UN Secretary-General's Special Advisor on Burma Vijay Nambiar is visiting the Kachin rebel headquarters of Laiza at the Sino-Burmese border on Wednesday with the approval of the Burmese government. His delegation, accompanied by members of the
Q Tin Aung Khine and Kyaw Myo Min United Nations special envoy to Myanmar Vijay Nambiar visited the headquarters of Kachin ethnic rebels for the first time on Wednesday, meeting with officials from the group's political wing and touring camps for
Former Vice Chairperson of the Kachin Independence Organisation (KIO) Dr Manan Tu Ja is attempting to enter Burma's political playing field yet again after he announced plans during an interview with DVB to register a new party with the country's
Kachin agreement BurmaNet Wednesday 10th July, 2013 Speaking exclusively to The Myanmar Times on May 31, Lieutenant General Yawd Serk said the failure of his own group's ceasefire with the government, agreed in December 2011, should serve as a
07 editor Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has learned that a Kachin civilian named Zahkung Lum Hkawng was tortured, beaten and shot dead by the Burmese Army in Northern Shan State on 14 June. The killing occurred just weeks after the Burmese