The Burmese government has announced an end to a military offensive against rebels in the northern state of Kachin.
It said the attacks would stop at 06:00 Saturday (23:30 GMT Friday), in a statement hours after parliament called for an end to the fighting.
The Burmese army began a new offensive last month, after a 17-year truce with the rebels ended in mid-2011.
The Kachin Independence Army is the only major rebel group not to agree a ceasefire with the government.
BUT TODAY FIGHTING GOES ON