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World focus on Burma (12 May 2009)

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Blowback on Myanmar’s cyclone disaster

Asia Times Online – ‎‎

By Brian McCartan CHIANG MAI – The tragic human cost of last year’s Cyclone Nargis has never been in question: the killer storm in Myanmar…

took the lives of

Local media awaits permission to print intruder’s photograph – 

by Phanida Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – The local media in Burma is waiting for permission from the censor board to report the intrusion into Daw Aung San Suu …

Burma claims confidence in disaster warning system

Democratic Voice of Burma – 

May 12, 2009 (DVB)–Burma’s government, widely condemned for its slow response to cyclone Nargis last year, has voiced confidence in its new disaster warning …

Weekly Business Roundup (May 12, 2009)

The Irrawaddy News Magazine – 

By WILLIAM BOOT India’s state hydroelectric firm NHPC says it is ready to invest about US$5 billion in two river hydroelectric projects in western Burma. …

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

Asian Tribune – 

The US Congress on many an occasion has denounced and condemned the Burmese military junta for its undemocratic rule and violation of human rights, …

Report: Detained American visited Suu Kyi before

eTaiwan News

By GRANT PECK AP AP AP An American accused of swimming across a lake to sneak into the home of detained Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi may have …

Iran non-oil exports to ASEAN states surge, hit $1.3b

Tehran Times – 

… Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Since then, membership has expanded to include Brunei, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.

Health crisis for Burma’s political prisoners

Democratic Voice of Burma – 

A doctor who visited imprisoned opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi last week revealed that she was suffering from dehydration and low blood pressure, …

Call for inquiry into crimes against humanity in Burma

Inspire Magazine – 

Over 60 British MPs are calling for a United Nations (UN) commission of inquiry into crimes against humanity in Burma, just two weeks before Nobel Laureate …

A skyful of lies interferes with clear communication

Financial Times – 

In Burma in September 2007, during the surge of pro-democracy…

protests, the military junta described the images being sent out around the world by its

MediaWATCH: Report Casts Doubt on Phuket Meet


Negligence was also cited in the case of 54 Burmese immigrants who suffocated in a container on the back of a truck on their way from Ranong to Phuket in …

view: Theatre and Ju-jitsu —Joseph S Nye Jr

Daily Times – ‎12 hours ago‎

It was far easier for him to criticise Zimbabwe, Cuba, and Burma than Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, and his initial criticism of Egypt was soon toned down. …

127 Myanmar politicial prisoners in poor health

Gulf Times – 

… (Burma) entitled “Burma’s prisons and labour camps: Silent killing fields,” Myanmar’s myriad political prisoners face new hazards to their health, …

Burma VJ: Reporting From a Closed Country

En Primeur

… shows a rare inside look into the 2007 uprising in Myanmar through the cameras of the independent journalist group, Democratic Voice of Burma. …

Bangkok Post : Activists slam effort to expose traffickers

Bangkok Post

Thailand, Indonesia, Burma, Bangladesh and Australia met to find a solution to human trafficking and smuggling, including the Rohingya issue. …

Women Nobel Peace Laureates Conference in Antigua Guatemala

The Guatemala Times

Burma 1991. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is the only imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Since she remains under house arrest and increasingly tighter security, …

Non lethal promotion of democracy

TPMCafé – 

In a recent article in Democracy: A Journal of Ideas, Charles Kupchan and Adam Mount suggested that “the terms of the next [international] order should be …

Nobel laureates mull boycott over South Africa’s denial of visa …

Ottawa Citizen – 

… refusal in the past to join UN condemnation of Myanmar over its treatment of the 1991 peace laureate, Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. …

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