Hundreds of people attended a ceremony to mark the 64th anniversary of the Karen revolution and to commemorate its fallen heroes.
Singing, dancing and a soldiers parade at the KNLA’s 7th Brigade marked the ceremony, which saw as many as 700 attending, including leaders from the KNU, KNLA, community based organisation groups and men wearing Burma Army insignia.
Hundreds of people, many arriving by small riverboats, battled unseasonal rain, mud and cold in order to attend. People watched as KNLA marched to the sound of music. The march was followed with a performance of Karen traditional dancing and singing...
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