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10th Anniversary

Mon Political Party Has No Plans to Re-Register Following Party Law Amendments

Can UN Envoy and Burman Leaders Change The Country?

10th anniversary of Kaowao

Election Anniversary: What Has Changed in Mon State?

Burmese Government Welcomes the Migrants Fleeing the Bangkok Flooding

Military Prepares To Sell Confiscated Land

Villager Steps on Landmine after Being Conscripted as Military Porter

Mons Celebrate Refugee Day in Kuala Lumpur to Raise Awareness


Mons See No Change to Political Landscape after 2010 General Election

Burmese communities hit hard by the declining value of their earnings

Military demands cash and transport from travelers

Two Karen youth caught in the firing line

SPDC human porters caught in line of fire

Security Fears Rise After Three Pagodas Pass Border Siege

AMDP Wins Opposition Party in Mon State

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