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Myanmar ceasefire met with scepticism
15 October 2015 (IRIN ), The signing of a ceasefire between Myanmar’s government and ethnic armed groups unfolded with pomp and ceremony today, following a week of clashes that displaced about 1,000 people in northern Shan State.
Uganda pullout boosts South Sudan peace prospects
14 October 2015 (IRIN ), Uganda’s withdrawal of several thousand troops deployed in South Sudan since December 2013 is likely to increase the chances of peace, but could it prove pivotal?
Cracks widen within Burundi’s army
12 October 2015 (IRIN ), A central pillar of the peace accords that ended a civil war in Burundi a decade ago – integrating fomer Hutu rebels into the Tutsi-dominated army to create a more ethnically balanced force – is looking distinctly wobbly.
Another peace deal unravels in South Sudan
9 October 2015 (IRIN ), South Sudan's latest peace deal is unravelling as fighting picks up and a new declaration by President Salva Kiir threatens the most delicately struck parts of the agreement.
Is the Yemen peace deal for real?
8 October 2015 (IRIN ), Yemen's Houthi rebels say they are committed to peace, but is the deal for real? IRIN asks the experts.
Can new governors turn the Taliban tide in northern Afghanistan?
8 October 2015 (IRIN ), The replacement of four provincial governors in northern Afghanistan could stem years of steady gains made by the Taliban in the region, where thousands of people have been displaced by violence.
Hospitals and war crimes: a patchy record
7 October 2015 (IRIN ), MSF says the bombing of their hospital in Kunduz by a US warplane was a war crime. The four separate enquiries that have been launched into the incident, which killed 22 people, should show whether the medical charity is right. But precedent suggests that whatever their findings, criminal prosecutions are unlikely.
Central African Republic goes back to square one
6 October 2015 (IRIN ), Six days of fighting that ended in Central African Republic’s capital last week has left a heavy toll: dozens dead, hundreds wounded, thousands displaced, and hope of an imminent resolution to the country’s protracted and complex political crisis fading fast.
Aid agencies withdraw from Afghanistan’s north
5 October 2015 (IRIN ), The United Nations has evacuated staff from areas of northern Afghanistan where a suspected American airstrike hit a clinic run by Médecins Sans Frontières, forcing it to leave Kunduz Province – the latest in a growing number of humanitarian agencies withdrawing from the north as violence increases.
Burundi's descent into hell
5 October 2015 (IRIN ), It’s not unusual to find dead bodies in Bujumbura these days. We find them on the streets, in drainage channels, bushes and rivers. To help understand the depth of the crisis, it's worth looking back at some key recent events.

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