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Burma must end Kachin war to show sympathy for refugees

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"Adding thousands more Kachin to the camps in Burma will only compound the crisis for internally displaced people in Kachin State," Frelick said.

"President Thein Sein urgently needs to let the aid agencies reach everyone who needs their help," Bill Frelick, Refugee Program director.

If President Thein Sein government has an authentic political reform scheme to promote the country, the first thing it must to do is to end the war in Kachin state unilaterally by all means. Human Rights Watch called on the Burmese government to ask the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to establish an office in Burma with a standard protection, promotion, and technical assistance mandate.

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Zin Linn was born on February 9, 1946 in a small town in Mandalay Division. He began writing poems in 1960 and received a B.A (Philosophy) in 1976. He became an activist in the High School Union after the students' massacre on 7th July 1962. (more...)
 

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