Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivers a speech at presidential residence Bangabhaban in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka on June 7, 2015. AFP PHOTO/ Munir uz ZAMAN
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday announced a peace accord with a faction of the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN), an armed rebel group in northeast India, ending the country's oldest insurgency.The agreement is expected to pave the way for peace in northeast India, particularly in the under-developed state of Nagaland, that shares its border with Myanmar.The NSCN rebel group -- over six decades old -- is seen as the biggest and most violent insurgencies from amongst the dozens of big and small armed tribal and guerrilla armies that operate in India's seven northeastern states.
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