DATELINE IRRAWADDY The Implications of Banning Karen Martyrs’ Day
17 August 2018
Karen Martyrs’ Day events were banned in Yangon and Irrawaddy regions. The Irrawaddy discusses the ban and what it means for peace and reconciliation.
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