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Indian tribal rebel group threatens to pull out of ceasefire

A separatist rebel group in northeast India has threatened to pull out of a ceasefire unless New Delhi accepts its call for a tribal homeland in talks to be held this week in Amsterdam. The rebels have been struggling for nearly six decades to create a “Greater Nagaland” by slicing off parts of three neighbouring states to add to tiny mountainous Nagaland state. “There can’t be any solution without merging all Naga-inhabited areas in the northeast,” senior rebel leader Kraibo Chawang told AFP by telephone from Nagaland’s commercial hub, Dimapur. Full Story

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