Over 600 rebels in northeast India surrender in boost for peace

Source: Al Jazeera English - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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98% "A total of 644 fighters belonging to eight different armed groups lay down arms as part of gov't peace initiative.""
94% "Earlier this month, the National Democratic Front, a key Naga armed group headed by B Saoraigwra, signed a ceasefire agreement with Indian authorities in ..."
83% "More than 300 belong to the National Liberation Front of Bengalis, an outfit formed around 2015 to protect Bengali-speaking people from rival armed groups ..."
69% "More than 600 fighters belonging to eight different rebel groups surrendered to Indian authorities in a troubled northeastern state on Thursday, responding to a ..."


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98% : A total of 644 fighters belonging to eight different armed groups lay down arms as part of gov't peace initiative.
94% : Earlier this month, the National Democratic Front, a key Naga armed group headed by B Saoraigwra, signed a ceasefire agreement with Indian authorities in Assam state.
83% : "A total of 644 rebels belonging to eight different insurgent groups surrendered today, lending a huge boost to the government's peace initiatives," Mahanta told The Associated Press.
83% : More than 300 belong to the National Liberation Front of Bengalis, an outfit formed around 2015 to protect Bengali-speaking people from rival armed groups in the state.
69% : More than 600 fighters belonging to eight different rebel groups surrendered to Indian authorities in a troubled northeastern state on Thursday, responding to a government's peace initiative that will allow them to rejoin mainstream society, police said.

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