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World Focus on Burma (30-11-2007)

  1. Total plans work on installations in Myanmar
    AFP -
    PARIS (AFP) — The French energy group Total said Thursday it planned to carry out work on installations in the Yadana gas field in Myanmar, where according …
  2. Myanmar Crackdown Sparks Ethics Debate On Investing There
    CNNMoney.com -
    France’s Total SA (TOT) contends that cutting off Myanmar , also known as Burma, hurts ordinary people more than it harms the military regime and could …
  3. Myanmar Arrests, Harassment of Monks Is `Troubling,’ US Says
    Bloomberg -
    The monastery was a sanctuary for people with AIDS in the country formerly known as Burma, the news agency said. The US “condemns the Burmese regime’s …
  4. Deuces High: How the US Can Bring an End to Myanmar’s Crackdown on …
    World Press Review - 2 hours ago
    Since late September, the world’s eyes have been fixed on the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar, formerly Burma, and just about every observer in the United …
  5. Burma Crisis Tops Talks Between Gambari, Cambodia
    Scoop.co.nz, New Zealand -
    Continuing his consultations with regional leaders, the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Myanmar today conferred with Cambodia’s Foreign Minister on …
  6. Two dead, monk wounded in Myanmar rebel attack
    Times of India, India -
    YANGON: A Buddhist monk and a 45-year-old woman were killed when ethnic Karen rebels in eastern Myanmar opened fire on a passenger bus, state media said on
  7. UN envoy continues Asian talks on Burma
    Radio Australia, Australia -
    United Nations envoy, Ibrahim Gambari, has held talks with top Cambodian officials on Burma’s political crisis as he tries to rally regional support for his …
  8. Miss World targets AIDS battle in 2007 pageant
    AFP -
    Of the nations not represented, there is no Miss Myanmar (formerly Burma) and most Muslim-majority countries do not take part, although Miss Malaysia, ..
  9. Resentment among monks spills over to Bodhgaya
    Merinews, India -
    The seething anger among Buddhist monks over the Myanmar military junta’s brutality on the men in crimson has far from died down, if anything, …
  10. Small farmers hurt by bird flu measures
    Democratic Voice of Burma, Norway -
    The Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department of the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries issued a public warning in the state-run New Light of Myanmar …
  11. Myanmar junta shuts AIDS monastery, expels monks
    Reuters -
    “And I’d like to repeat that,” he told reporters during a visit to Cambodia on a regional tour before going back to the former Burma next month for more …
  12. Myanmar’s missing monks still a mystery months after crackdown
    Earthtimes, UK -
    … they were everywhere, but now you only see one or two,” said Shari Villarosa, charge d’affaires of the US embassy in Myanmar, also known as Burma. …
  13. Call for Burma to free opposition leader
    ic Wales, United Kingdom -
    Cambodian foreign minister Hor Namhong said today that his country supports the “steps taken by Myanmar (Burma) in cooperation with the United Nations to …
  14. Burma need gradual approach to democracy: Cambodia FM
    Mizzima.com, India -
    “I told Gambari that we don’t have to talk about the sanction on Myanmar any more from now on, but we have to provide humanitarian aid for the Myanmar …
  15. Pinheiro challenges international community
    Mizzima.com, India -
    Pinheiro also has little patience for a debate over whether the Southeast Asian nation should be referred to as Burma or Myanmar, as the generals renamed …
  16. US diplomat: Myanmar junta shuts AIDS monastery, continues arrests
    International Herald Tribune, France -
    AP BANGKOK, Thailand: Myanmar’s military junta has closed a monastery that served as a hospice for AIDS patients and is continuing to arrest dissidents, …
  17. ASEAN needs to invest in its people: incoming chief
    Channel News Asia, Singapore -
    The only thing is – how many potshots ASEAN will receive as a result of political issues such as Myanmar or whatever come our way? …
  18. UN Watch Briefing
    Media For Freedom, Nepal -
    As South Africa faced new questions over its UN voting record against human rights resolutions for victims in Burma and elsewhere, UN Watch found itself at …
  19. India: Marching in step with Burma’s generals
    SAHRDC, India -
    … himself witnessed protests in Burma’s streets when he signed a $150 million deal with the state-owned Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise in September 2007. …
  20. Junta shuts down monastery close to pro-democracy movement
    AsiaNews.it, Italy -
    Yangon (asianews) – Myanmar’s military regime continues to blatantly crack down on Buddhist monks, guilty in its eyes for last September anti-government …
  21. Vengeful junta shuts down monastery in Rangoon
    Sydney Morning Herald, Australia -
    IN AN unprecedented move, Burma’s military junta has shut down a Rangoon monastery linked to the recent uprising and warned other temples not to offer …
  22. UN Envoy Demands Release of Burmese Democracy Leader
    Voice of America -
    By VOA News The United Nations’ special envoy to Burma says that the country’s ruling military junta must release detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu …
  23. General safer sex rules
    Health24.com, South Africa -
    Although abstinence and condoms are the best way of preventing HIV/Aids, there are a lot of general safer sex rules that one should follow. …
  24. ‘Democracy can only be a transition in Myanmar’
    Tehelka, India -
    ... of Myanmar’s Ethnic Nationalities Council (ENC) that visited India recently at the invitation of Indian Parliamentarian Forum for Democracy in Burma …
  25. AIDS Monastery Ordered Shut in Myanmar
    The Associated Press -
    BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) — A Buddhist monastery that provided a hospice for AIDS patients has been closed down by the regime in Myanmar, which is also still …
  26. World AIDS Day Marks Day of Both Sadness and Hope, Says Bush

    30 November 2007
     

    President Bush makes remarks during a World AIDS Day ceremony, 30 Nov 2007
    President Bush makes remarks during a World AIDS Day ceremony, 30 Nov 2007

    President Bush is urging Congress to approve the doubling of the U.S. commitment in the global fight against HIV and AIDS.

    Mr. Bush Friday said he was confident …

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

November 29, 2007 at 11:51 pm

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