Myanmar fighting takes toll on Shan State civilians

More rebel groups in Myanmar have signalled they will sign a ceasefire deal with the government. But the groups that are fighting in Shan State are not included in the talks. The violence is continuing to take a toll on the community.

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    More rebel groups in Myanmar have signalled they will sign a ceasefire deal with the government.

    But the groups that are fighting in Shan state are not included in the talks.

    The violence is continuing to take a toll on the community.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Lashio.


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