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The New Light of Myanmar newspaper holds a special place in the affections of frequent visitors to Asia's former hermit state...The front page splash usually featured a general meeting an ambassador or feeding Buddhist monks or opening a school.
Amid the claims of good news and the distinct possibility that the uprising in the Ukraine may be on the cusp of a resolution and to be forming an interim government which will be composed of representatives of the various political parties,
The Muslim Brotherhood has made clear there will be no end to the civil conflict in Egypt’s near future. Hundreds of members were arrested after the military overthrew President Mohamed Morsi, a Brotherhood leader, and were
Archeologists working in the Krasinski Garden in Warsaw discovered fragments of two human skeletons that likely were buried there during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. The park is located near the site of the former ghetto, but was never part of the
Why does the Burmese government fear the 65-year-old "extremely peaceful" Kyi? Alyse Nelson discussed her private visit with the Nobel Laure... For the PDF to the video please contact email@example.com This video comprises two parts and is well
UK band Muse and its powerhouse concert last night at the Entertainment Centre. Taking to the larger-than-life stage surrounded by a ring of screens, the setting was almost like a satellite dish before a pyramid descended to the stage...Reminiscent
The US voiced hope yesterday that Myanmar will reform its constitution in time for elections in 2015 after opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi appealed for an overhaul. A committee in the fast-reforming country earlier known as Burma is drafting
21 editor Burma/Myanmar remains one of the world's least developed countries, and was ranked 138 out of 182 countries in the 2010 UN's Human Development Index. Burma is one of Asia's poorest countries, reflected in its health indicators.
Buddhist monks urged the Burmese government to apologize for its actions six years ago as they commemorated the Saffron Revolution on Wednesday in Rangoon, where street protests in September 2007 were led by the revered religious leaders and brutally
This month, Burma marks 25 years since the student-led 8888 democracy uprising named after Aug. 8, 1988 was brutally crushed by its former ruling military junta. That this downtrodden Southeast Asian nation was allowed to mark the occasion at all is