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Rebels: End to Myanmar Insurgency Unlikely

Karen insurgents, marking nearly six decades of fighting, said Tuesday there was little chance Myanmar’s military rulers would come to the negotiating table and end their bloody campaign against the ethnic minorities. Peace talks between the rebels and military junta were in “limbo,” with even less hope of a ceasefire under the current hardline regime than when the two sides last met in 2004, said Col. Ner Dah Mya, a spokesman for the world’s longest running insurgency. Full Story

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