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10 October,2014

Update by the Shan Human Rights Foundation 

October 10, 2014
Heavy shelling during renewed Burma Army offensive causes civilian deaths and further displacement of hundreds in central Shan State

 

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September 08,2014

Statement by Shan Community Based Organisations

Namkham farmers’ protest highlights urgent need for moratorium on resource extraction during peace process

The anti-mining protest by over 3,000 villagers in Namkham, northern Shan State,

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August 26, 2014

Update by the Shan Human Rights Foundation

August 26, 2014

Shan IDPs petition President Thein Sein for Burma Army withdrawal from their homes

About 300 displaced villagers sent a petition letter today to President Thein Sein, calling for the withdrawal of Burma Army troops from their village Wan Pasaung in Ke See township, and demanding compensation for damage to their homes and farms during the past two months.

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August 07,2014

from Shan Community Based Organizations             

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Dear Secretary Kerry,

We wish to alert you to the escalating military operations by Burmese government troops in central Shan State, which are destabilizing the current peace process, and threatening the lives of innocent civilians.

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July16, 2014

Eastern Shan State villagers call for an immediate end to destructive gold mining operations

The Shan Farmers’ Network and affected villagers held a press conference today in Taunggyi to demand an immediate end to destructive gold mining operations in Mong Len, eastern Shan State.

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