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Insurgent Ceasefire Rejected By Myanmar
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11 Sep 2017 03:25 PM EST

Violence has been ongoing in Myanmar's Rakhine state for more than two weeks, but the insurgent group ARSA declared a ceasefire on Saturday for a one-month period to allow aid groups to respond the "humanitarian crisis." But a state spokesman says they will not be accepting the ceasefire, saying, "We have no policy to negotiate with terrorists." At least 1,000 people have been killed in the violence so far.

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