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အာဏာရွင္စနစ္ က်ဆံုးမွ တတိုင္းျပည္လံုး စစ္မွန္တဲ့ ဒီမိုကေရစီကို ခံစားရမယ္

World focus on Burma (1 December 2008)

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Burma’s junta blocking treatment for AIDS
United Press International, Asia, Hong Kong –
The report, “A Preventable Fate: The Failure of ART Scale-up in Myanmar,” states that Médecins Sans Frontières is providing treatment to about 11000 …

Flight chaos
เดอะ เนชั่น, Thailand –
By Jeerawat Na Thalang My visit to Burma last week to attend an Asean round-table on the post-Cyclone Nargis recovery effort, which was supposed to be a …

91 Trade Unionists Murdered in 2007
AFL-CIO, DC –
… in Morocco and seven in Burma, where the junta targeted union activists as part of its brutal crackdown on any moves for democracy and human rights. …

Rights activists given life sentences
Democratic Voice of Burma, Norway –
Dec 1, 2008 (DVB)–Northern Rangoon Provincial court handed down life sentences to Human Rights Defendants and Protectors network member Myint Aye and two of …

Rights & Wrongs: Child Soldiers, Mexico Passes ‘Right to Die’ Law …
World Politics Review –
Most of the children fight in Africa but the use of child soldiers is not uncommon in Asian countries as well, such as in Afghanistan, Nepal and Burma. …

Silencing Burma’s Monks
The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand –
By MIN LWIN The 68-year prison sentence handed down to Ashin Gambira for his role in last year’s monk-led protests shows that Burma’s brutal junta now …

Gambira, Five Others Sent to Remote Prisons
The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand –
The five were arrested by Burmese authorities after they staged a protest in Rangoon calling for the release of detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu …

Burmese dying of AIDS ‘needlessly’ warns charity
Radio Australia, Australia –
Burma’s junta didn’t listen to the world post cyclone Nargis. What makes you think they will change their minds now and start listening now? …

You are in: Home/News/Hope for stranded Thailand …
Wanderlust, UK –
No flights have departed Suvarnabhumi international airport since anti-government protestors from the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) occupied it last …

Burmese Migrants Mark World Aids Day
The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand –
Meanwhile, in Burma, the state-run New Light of Myanmar newspaper reported World AIDS Day with a commentary declaring, “Stop AIDS. Keep the Promise. …

Junta Orders Major Air Force Base Relocated
The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand –
By MIN LWIN The chief Air Force base in Burma, Mingalardon Air Force Base, has been ordered to relocate to Seikpyingone in Meiktila Township in central …

Myanmar refugees save dying congregation
The Tennessean, TN –
The Karen group had come here mainly from refugee camps in Thailand, after being forced out of Myanmar — once known as Burma — by that country’s military. …

India’s shifting policy on Burma
Asia Sentinel, Hong Kong –
From 1988 to 1992, India’s policy vacillated between support for the democracy movement and diplomatic isolation. PV Narasimha Rao, India’s prime minister …

South Asian Women’s Day observed in city
Kolkata Newsline, India –
Marking the South Asian Women’s Day for peace, justice, human rights and democracy, the NGOs also remembered those who lost their lives in the Mumbai terror …

Burmese court jails two journalists
Scotsman, United Kingdom –
TWO journalists have been jailed for seven years each on charges of undermining Burma’s military junta after they were caught with a UN human rights report. …

On their day, South Asian women talk of regional unity in times of …
Indian Express, India –
And the countries here are similarly affected by increasing violence — which has given way to violations of human rights.” The day was marked by songs, …

Burma: Unpreventable Death Under Military Boots
Asian Tribune, Thailand –
Burma (Myanmar), which faces economic sanctions in the West because of its poor human rights record, earned 2.7 billion dollars from natural gas exports to …

Nabulivou gets credit for defending women’s rights
Fiji Daily Post, Fiji –
SATURDAY, November 29 was International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, a special day to recognised the work of those who fight for the rights of women. …

Corporate democracy: The winner takes all
Thought Leader, South Africa –
The matrix of the US commercial-military empire is oil, and the presence of conflict from Burma to the DRC and Sudan, proves the existence of resources …

Lectures of Prof. Win : In Response to Burma Digest
Asian Tribune, Thailand –
Progress and reform in all aspects has long been an imperative – not a dream as the cyclone Nargis has demonstrated. At least it drives home to the Burmese …

The unquenchable fire in Burmese hearts
Christian Science Monitor, MA –
By the time I returned home in November 2007, Burma had faded fast from the news. Then, tragically, cyclone Nargis hit this past May and again the troubled …

Oslo calling … with all the news from the land ruled by junta
Sunday Herald, UK –
THIDA THIN Myat Thu was just an 18-year-old marine biology student when she got involved with the 1988 uprising in Burma. She managed to keep her activism a …


Written by Lwin Aung Soe

December 1, 2008 at 3:44 pm

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