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World focus on Burma (26 June 2008)

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Myanmar: More than 50% of cyclone affected starving

Merinews, India –

Nearly two months after Cyclone Nargis devastated the southwestern coastal regions of Myanmar, more than half the survivors are starving, a post-cyclone …

MSF draws attention to need for clean drinking water for cyclone …, India –

Juli Niebuhr, the MSF spokesperson in Burma told Mizzima that almost all the wells in every village they had examined were contaminated. …

Cyclone survivors showed their grit

Toronto Star,  Canada –

UN agencies and private humanitarian groups agree a feared second wave of post-cyclone casualties did not take place in Burma, also known as Myanmar. …

Magazine editor arrested after visiting cyclone-affected Burma

Radio Australia, Australia –

The editor of the Myanmar Tribune has been arrested and his magazine closed after he travelled to the cyclone-hit Irrawaddy Delta to help bury people killed …

ULFA preparing to generate power in Myanmar, India –

The report which also appeared on another portal, Indo Burma News, said that town leaders welcomed the move as they would receive five to six hours of .

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

June 27, 2008 at 8:05 am

Posted in World Focus on Burma

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