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Archive for September 21st, 2008

Day 27 – Chavalit, ex-PM in Thailand Crisis of 1997, may return as Deputy PM

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Democrat: No amendments can end conflict Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Thailand: Anti-democratic campaign Green Left Weekly, Australia –

Puea Thai emerges Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Anatomy Of Thailand’s PAD Sin Chew Jit Poh, Malaysia –

Fight for democracy Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Chavalit may return as the deputy prime minister Bangkok Post, Thailand –

His Majesty Congratulates New Thai Prime Minister Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam –

PAD: a glimmer of talks about talks Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Somchai takes charge Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Clash of colour-coded candidates Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

September 21, 2008 at 3:21 am

World focus on Burma (21 September 2008)

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Burma brave
Winnipeg Sun, Canada –
… ever read about Burma — that tragically abused and heartbreakingly beautiful southeast Asian country. Don’t make the mistake of calling it Myanmar, …

The saddest of the pleasures
The Times, South Africa –
Not as amusing was Burma which, under the Myanmar dictatorship, has become a place where its persecuted, mostly generous and tender people live in …

Annual Report Turns Spotlight on Abuses of Religious Freedom
NewsBlaze, CA –
The United States’ International Religious Freedom Act, enacted in 1998, reinforces the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations …

India urged to support arms trade treaty
Merinews, India –
Narendra also told that it was strategically necessary for the international human rights movement to bring in an effective ATT. “In the UN General Assembly …

The Epoch Times, NY –

The chemical that has now made over 6000 babies ill on the mainland may have tainted milk in Taiwan , as well as Bangladesh, Yemen, Gabon, Burundi and Burma …

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

September 21, 2008 at 3:08 am