Friday, September 14, 2012
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 16:12 S.H.A.N.
Asked why some of the civilians who have been working with the Shan State Army
(SSA) “North” are being charged under Section 17-1, for associating with unlawful
organizations, a friendly defense ministry official replied that to the home ministry
and defense ministry, armed movements that have signed truce
Thai police have decided that the family of a Karen refugee killed in a road
accident will be paid 235,000 baht compensation by the truck driver responsible
for the woman’s death last week.
Gunshots disrupted the elections of the political wing of the armed militia,
the Democratic Karen Buddhist Army, when a former village head disagreed
with the result.
Thursday, 13 September 2012 15:02 Mizzima News
The Dalai Lama called reports of gross human rights violations in Burma
“very unfortunate” and said he has tried to contact pro-democracy leader
Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese government over the issue.
Villagers claim they are paying full amounts for a full electricity service
they are not receiving.Residents from Larkar village claim that authorities
require them to pay the full rate electricity bills even though the power
is often cut-off. Larkar village is located on the western part
of the Salween River in Hpa-an