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Archive for January 11th, 2008

World Focuson on Burma (11 Jan 08)

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  1. UN Agency Says Myanmar Food Aid Hampered
    The Associated Press –
    YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Poor access and tight government control in military-ruled Myanmar have hampered efforts to provide food assistance in the …
  2. More People In Burma To Benefit From Food Aid 2008
    Scoop.co.nz, New Zealand –
    The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) will expand its assistance in Myanmar in 2008 after helping 500000 people in vulnerable communities last year …
  3. Junta to reconsider satellite fee increase
    Democratic Voice of Burma, Norway –
    Jan 10, 2008 (DVB)–Myanmar Post and Telecommunications is postponing the introduction of the new satellite licence renewal fees for 2008 until further …
  4. Myanmar pilgrimage tests endurance
    Canada.com, Canada –

    While drinking street-stall coffee in Yangon (Rangoon), I was advised by the vendor that southeast Myanmar (also known as Burma) is something of a no-go …

  5. Religion Today Column for Week of Jan. 13-19
    University of Wyoming News, WY –
    … publicly their profound disapproval with the manner in which Myanmar’s military junta has been the source of great dukkha for the people of Burma. …
  6. Open Source Journalism: Crowdsourcing the Media
    E-Commerce Times –
    Blogs such as the Burma Underground were filled with reports filed by Citjos. When did this shift take place? Citizens have been participating in their news …
  7. Unintended Consequences
    Jewelers Circular Keystone Online, NY –
    … Cartier, and others in the jewelry community to urge a ban on importation of rubies from Myanmar ( Burma ) brings back an interesting point-counterpoint …
  8. CONTEST: Win Awesome Gear from Rambo!
    MovieWeb –
    … aid workers recruit John Rambo to guide them up the Salween River to deliver medical supplies to the Karen tribe of neighboring Burma (aka Myanmar). …
  9. Bomb kills woman in Myanmar’s new capital
    Reuters –
    Small bomb blasts at public places such as Buddhist temples, markets and fairs are relatively common in the former Burma, which has been under military rule …
    Myanmar pilgrimage tests endurance Canada.com
    Bomb in Burma’s Naypyidaw kills one Radio Australia
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  10. Myanmar’s Suu Kyi Meets With Junta
    The Associated Press –
    Burns wrote in The Washington Post that the leaders in Myanmar, also known as Burma, and their “policies are the greatest threat to Burma’s unity, …
    Myanmar’s detained Suu Kyi taken to state guesthouse Reuters India
    Burmese Democracy Icon Meets with Junta Official Voice of America

  11. Imprisoned in rings of brass
    Sydney Morning Herald, Australia –

    They came with other Karenni tribespeople fleeing fighting in Myanmar [Burma] and were accepted as refugees as a group by the Thai Government.

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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

January 11, 2008 at 3:07 am