LFM News Service 10-12-18

100 captive Christians released, Wa army says
The United Wa State Army has released 100 Christians it seized on suspicion of extremism and destabilising its territory but said they had seized more Christians for the same reasons, a spokesman of the militia said.  Read More

Armed Groups Meet to Decide Peace Summit Attendance
Leaders of the ethnic armed groups signed up to Myanmar’s Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) are meeting in Thailand to decide whether to join an upcoming summit with Myanmar’s government and military aimed at reviving the country’s stalled peace process.  Read More

Aung San Suu Kyi admits Myanmar's Rohingya crisis could have been handled better
Myanmar's de facto leader finally addresses the "ethnic cleansing" of hundreds of thousands of minority Muslims in Rakhine state.  Read More

Peace meeting moved to Nay Pyi TawA High-level peace meeting scheduled for Monday next week at Mandalay’s Mount Popa has been moved to Nay Pyi Taw at the request of the leaders of the armed ethnic groups, a senior government official said on Thursday.  Read More

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