MYANMAR ALREADY HAS CASH, CAR AND COWS AGENCIES

MYANMAR ALREADY HAS

CASH, CAR AND COWS AGENCIES

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Irrawaddy:Thai PM to Discuss Rohingya in Jakarta

By: LAWI WENG

Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, starting a two-day visit to Jakarta today, said that the issue of Rohingya boat people will be on the agenda when he meets with his Indonesian counterpart, according to Thai media reports.

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Attacks on the Press in 2008 – Burma

Attacks on the Press in 2008 – Burma

 

Burma’s already beleaguered journalists came under heavy attack after massive Cyclone Nargis pounded the country’s southern coastal region in May, killing an estimated 84,500 people and severely affecting another 2.4 million, according to U.N. estimates. As local and international criticism grew over a slow and inadequate response to the natural disaster, the military junta intensified censorship, working to suppress news that graphically portrayed the extraordinary scale of the storm’s devastation. The silence was lethal.

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Allow illegal workers to return home, says Malaysia’s councillor

Allow illegal workers to return home,

says Malaysia’s councillor

 

MALAYSIAN Nanban reported Padang Serai PKR deputy president and Kulim municipal councillor S. Katturaja @ Letchumanan as saying that foreign workers whose work permits had expired and were staying illegally in the country should be given amnesty.

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