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KNU/KNLA-PC to Assist in Recapturing Inmates

September 27, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

The Karen National Union/Karen National Liberation Army – Peace Council (KNU/KNLA-PC) has issued an instruction to its battalions and respective areas to assist the authorities in capturing the inmates who escaped from Hpa-an Prison. The KNU/KNLA-PC joint secretary Col Saw... Read more ►

Surveys will be Conducted in 186 Flood-affected Villages to Prevent Natural Disaster

September 21, 2018  •  Author: Nant Bwar Khlain

Surveys will be done in 186 villages under three townships in the Karen State on September 20 with the aim to prevent another natural disaster after the villages suffered from socioeconomic losses due to the flooding. Under the state government’s instruction, arrangements ... Read more ►

Most of Seized Lands aren’t Paid Compensation under Development Projects, KHRG says

September 21, 2018  •  Author: Saw Thein Myint

No compensation has been given to most of the villagers whose lands have been seized for development projects in southeastern Burma, the Karen Human Rights Group (KHRG) said. The KHRG made this claim during a launching ceremony of its report titled ‘Development without us... Read more ►

Flash Flood and Landslide at Karen Refugee Camp Kills One, Seven People Still Missing and 11 Injured

September 18, 2018  •  Author: Saw Thein Myint

A flash flood and landslide ripped through the Mae La Oon Karen refugee camp on the northern Thai border early Sunday morning. The sudden flooding killed one refugee, injured 11 and left 7 missing. The Mae La Oon refugee camp is located in the mountains surrounding Mae Saria... Read more ►

Fourteen Inmates Caught after Escaping from Hpa-an Prison

September 18, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

Fourteen out of 41 escaped inmates have been caught after they broke out of Taung Kalay Prison in Hpa-an Township, Karen State, an official from the State Police Force said to Karen News on September 16. “We caught 14 inmates up to this evening (September 16). They were ca... Read more ►

Indigenous People from Tanintharyi Region Campaign Against Dams

September 17, 2018  •  Author: Sa Isue

Indigenous people from the Tanintharyi Region gathered on September 13 to campaign against the plan to build a dam in the eastern shore of Sar Ya Bwin Village under Tanintharyi Township in Myeik District. The campaign was based on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights... Read more ►

Kyainseikgyi Township Receives Ks 10,128 million for Community Driven Development Project

September 14, 2018  •  Author: Saw Myat Oo Thar

The Karen State’s Kyainseikgyi Township has received Ks 10,128 million for the community driven development (CDD) project, which has been carried out in joint cooperation between the World Bank, the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, and the Department of Rural Develo... Read more ►

Mat Weaving Project Aims to Increase Rural Women’s Income in Pantanaw Area

September 14, 2018  •  Author: Nant Bwar Khlain

The Pantanaw Karen Youth (PKY) is carrying out a mat weaving project to increase the income of rural women in Pantanaw Township, Ayeyarwady Region with funding from an international non-governmental organization (INGO). The PKY started the mat weaving project on July 1 with ... Read more ►

JMC Should Gain Success in Practical Execution Rather Than being a Hallmark

September 14, 2018  •  Author: Saw Tun Lin

The Union-level Joint Monitoring Committee (JMC-U) vice-chair (1) Maj-Gen Saw Isaac Poe said the JMC needs to gain success in practical implementation. Maj-Gen Saw Issac gave the advice in his opening speech at the 18th JMC-U meeting, which kicked off at the National Reconci... Read more ►

Skirmishes Between Burma Army and KNLA Increase in Northern Karen State

September 12, 2018  •  Author: Karen News

Skirmishes between the government troop and the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) have occurred more frequently in recent weeks in Mu Traw (Hpapun) District, Northern Karen State, according to sources from local KNLA officers. The latest skirmishes have broken out betwee... Read more ►

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