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Indian tribal group agrees to end rebellion

Indian police said on Thursday that a tribal rebel group in the country’s troubled northeast had agreed to a financial deal to end a decade-old insurgency. Some 300 Bru tribal rebels will surrender on July 25 to authorities in Mizoram where their violent campaign for regional autonomy left about 100 people dead. “Bru rebels and the Mizoram government have signed a peace agreement,” Mizoram police chief Lalngheta Sailo told Reuters by phone from Aizawl. Full Story

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