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疑中國介入 果敢戰事己漸緩和 Kokang Army. Fighting in Kokang continues Saturday, 29 August 2009 09:36 S.H.A.N. Hostilities that broke out on Thursday (27 August) continued for the second day yesterday but on a lower intensity prob 台北港式飲茶ably due to China’s intervention, according to sources.The main clashes took place in:‧ Yanglongjai, just south of the Laogai-Nansan cross border checkpoint 商務中心, according to a report by the pro-Bai Souqian faction that had ousted his former boss Peng Jiasheng ‧ And on the Kokang-Wa-Yunnan triangle area, where the Burma Army has been attempting 宜蘭民宿 to dislodge troops loyal to Peng from their mountain bases at QingsuiheSome 4-500 United Wa State Army (UWSA) fighters had taken part in the defense of the bases, according to a ceasefire source. “The fight 墾丁民宿ing stopped at about 13:00,” he said. “The Burma Army’s attacking force is said to be waiting for reinforcements from the rear.”It would nevertheless take some time before the back-up units arrive, said other sources, becau 日月潭民宿se some of the bridges were demolished by the rebels.There was also a report that one of Kokang’s allies Shan State Army (SSA) ‘North’ had staged hit-and-run tactics to delay the reinforcements. But an SSA commander had flatly denied the r 麻辣鍋eport. “We are just holding our positions,” he said.As usual, reports of the Burma Army rounding up civilians to carry supplies in support of the campaign have begun to filter in. One eye-witness report says even people in the city of Lashio, Shan State 麻辣火鍋North’s capital, were not spared. “As a result, streets became deserted in the evening and many shops were closed by 8pm,” said a resident.China has for the first time urged Burma to peacefully resolve matters with the Kokang minority, reported CCTV yesterd 火鍋吃到飽ay. Kokang, Wa, Mongla and a Kachin splinter group used to be part of the Communist Party of Burma’s People’s Army. The 4 party alliance Peace and Democracy Front (PDF) has yet to accept non-former CPB groups such as SSA North and Kachin Independence Army (KIA) as members. SSA 盤纏銀兩was regarded only as “the closest ally outside the PDF.” The CPB, backed by China, had fought against Rangoon, until it was overthrown by the ethnic forces under its command in 1989. http://www.shanland.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2700:fighting-in-kokang-continues&catid=86:war&Itemid=28 金瓜石民宿4 .