Dozens killed in Burma amid clashes over Chinese dams

Guardian: Kachin soldiers gather around the body of a comrade they claim was killed in fighting with Burmese government troops near the border with China, in this undated handout photo provided by the US Campaign for Burma. A bloody outbreak of fighting that has ended a 17-year ceasefire between Burmese government forces and a tribal militia was partly caused by the expansion of Chinese hydropower along the Irrawaddy river, conservationists claim. Dozens of people in northern Burma have reportedly been......

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