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Southern Thailand Insurgency: RKK declare cease-fire in Deep South

PHUKET: One hundred suspected insurgents led by a man allegedly involved in the 2004 military camp raid yesterday met the Fourth Army region commander in Narathiwat to declare they would cease fighting in the strife-torn Deep South. Army Commander in Chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha hailed the historic meeting that took place

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As Reform Is Lauded in Rangoon, Conflict Continues in Kachin State

In June, an incident at a hydropower dam on the Dabein river, a Chinese-Burmese joint venture put an end to a 17-year ceasefire in Kachin state. Six months and tens of thousands of refugees later, the new Burmese government is making progress towards reform, but has left the Kachin behind.

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Burmese Rebel Group Reported to Agree to Ceasefire

One of the main ethnic rebel groups in Burma has reportedly agreed to a preliminary ceasefire with the government. Burmese exile websites said Friday that the Shan State Army is negotiating with the government on an agreement to stop the violence, begin political negotiations, and cooperate on fighting illegal drugs.

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