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  • Karenni army opens liaison offices

    Following a union-level ceasefire agreement, the Karenni National Progressive Party opened its first liaison office in the Karenni state capital of Loikaw yesterday. The KNPP and government Peace Making Committee signed a multi-pronged deal on 9 June that allows for the opening of liaison offices in several Karenni state towns to increase communication between the

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  • Taliban calls on Pakistan to sever relations with Burma

    The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Thursday threatened to attack Burma to avenge crimes against the Muslim Rohingya, unless Pakistan halts all relations with the government and shuts its embassy in Islamabad. In a rare statement focused on the plight of Muslims abroad, the umbrella TTP group sought to present itself as a defender of Muslim men

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  • Fighting continues in Kachin state as talks stall

    Clashes between the Kachin Independence Army and Burmese military continue to erupt, while the armed ethnic group and government’s Peace Making Committee have yet to agree on a location to hold peace talks. Following three unofficial meetings between KIA representatives and the Peace Making Work Committee vice-chairman Railway minister Aung Min, the government’s team proposed

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  • Swapo membership cards found hidden

    OKAHANDJA: Unspecified Swapo Party Membership cards were allegedly discovered in the office of the Swapo Party District Coordinator Martin Bernhard at Okahandja before the restructuring of Party structures meeting kicked off in that town. The restructuring process from party’s sections to branches started on Thursday. One of the requirements of the those members who have

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  • US$ 11.1-million health and nutrition response launched for Libya

    7 March 2011 | GENEVA — During the next three months WHO and its partners urgently need US$ 11.1 million to provide health care and to meet the nutritional needs of persons affected by civil unrest in Libya. This amount is part of the US$ 160 million Regional Flash Appeal for the Libya crisis, launched

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  • Mass. Passes Landmark Prenatal Testing Bill

    Expectant parents to get latest, culturally-appropriate information on Down syndrome BOSTON, June 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Friday was a historic day for people with Down syndrome, their families and those who love them. Just after noon, in the Massachusetts Governor’s chambers, surrounded by legislative leaders, parents of people with Down syndrome and self-advocates, Governor Deval

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  • Carl Zeiss Presents Positive Half-yearly Figures

    STUTTGART, Germany, May 24, 2012/PRNewswire/ – Broad portfolio largely compensates for cyclical fluctuations in Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology group In the first half of fiscal year 2011/12 Carl Zeiss generated revenue of EUR 2.105bn (prior year: EUR 2.143bn). Earnings (EBIT) totaled EUR 232m (prior year: EUR 355m). “We got off to a good start. Revenue and

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