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India rebels extend ceasefire

The Indian government and Naga rebels in the north-east of the country have decided to extend their ceasefire by another year. The agreement between the main faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) and Delhi was reached during talks between Indian representatives and NSCN leaders at Chiang Mai, a Thai town close to the border with Burma. The two sides have been engaged in negotiations for the past seven years without a solution in sight to the five-decade-old Naga insurgency, India’s first ethnic rebellion.Full Story

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