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Sunday 19th May, 2013 Save the Children's field offices are on high alert as Tropical Cyclone Mahasen crosses the Bay of Bengal towards the Bangladesh-Myanmar coast. The Category 1 storm packs wind of up to 120 km/h and is expected to make landfall
Reuters/Soe Zeya Tun Oo Taung, 50, who lost his leg in a land mine blast in 1994 stands after taking a bath in Zawti village in Kyaukki township January 24, 2013. More than 300 people in Kyaukki Township (population 115,200) in Northern Bago Division,
He will arrive in Myanmar March 29 before traveling on to Nepal. The former president will meet with President Thein Sein, government officials, Daw Aung Suu Kyi, political leaders and civil society representatives during his visit.
From fear to freedom in Thailand She left Burma at the tender age of five when her village of Chaw Bwe Der in northern Karen State was attacked by the Burmese army in 1985. Sitting in her wooden house in this northern Thai border town, Meen Pulu, 33,
Norway's prime minister has praised the pace of democratic reforms in Myanmar, as the Asian country's president begins his first official visit to Europe...Tuesday 26th February, 2013 Aung San Suu Kyi to discuss the country's political reforms. Nobel
KNU tells Burma Army chief it wants a nationwide ceasefire BurmaNet Friday 11th January, 2013 A Karen National Union delegations met with Vice-Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, the head of the Defense Ministry and the Tatmadaw (Burma Army), in the
Sunday 6th January, 2013 Myanmar's Commander-in-Chief of the Defense Services Vice Senior-General Min Aung Hlaing has vowed to back the government's peace process with the ethnic armed group of Kayin National Union (KNU), official media reported
General Assembly expressed serious concern on Monday over violence in Myanmar between Rohingya Muslims and Buddhists and called upon the government .....Higher levels of corporate travel into countries in Eastern Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa
Due to the deeply-rooted and blood-based hatred and distrust on the ethnic Myanmar-dominated government, they call their government an "enemy". Their war for freedom and justice is sometimes referred to as an "endless war".
Saturday 20th October, 2012 (Feature) - A Brit who is dancing across Britain to raise funds for Burmese refugees and other groups was struck by a car on Wednesday. He was admitted to a hospital with cuts and bruises, but he is ... Saturday 20th