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Interview at Lahio peace conference's press release

It is reported that there were 10 political parties, and 11 armed groups attended the Shan-Kayah Trust-building for Peace conference at Lashio which hold for 3 days on March 20, 21, and 22. Apart from this, there were also 22 other organizations attended as observers. Following the conference, Press Release was held at 4:00 pm to 4:50 pm local time.

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NLD Youths Form Partys First Policy Research Unit

RANGOONA group of young activists has set up the National League for Democracys (NLD) first research unit, enlisting high-profile international names for training as Burmas main opposition party seeks to improve the lack of clear policy direction ahead of elections in 2015.

With so many of the partys members thrown in prison, hiding underground or forced into exile during the past 25 years, the NLD faces a huge challenge in educating its cadres about conditions in Burma and drafting policies in time for the elections.

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Burma: No trust so far between government and KIO

Peace Delegates of the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) and the government had a discussion until midnight on Monday at Ruili, a Chinese border town. But the two parties did not get to an armistice accord. However, they agreed to meet again before April 10, according to a joint statement. 

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