AFP:Costa Rican president Arias contracts swine flu

SAN JOSE — Costa Rica’s President Oscar Arias, a Nobel Peace Prize winner and mediator of the Honduran political crisis, has contracted swine flu, the government said.

“In the afternoon he was informed that he had contracted the A(H1N1) influenza virus,” said Rodrigo Arias, the president’s brother and chief of staff.

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China should respect the other countries and Taiwan’s sovereignty

China should respect the other countries and Taiwan’s sovereignty

written by Dr San Oo Aung @ Zafar Shah, August 12, 2009

China should respect the world community, Burmese people, leaders of the world and UN authorities. UNSC is castrated by the criminal thugs like China and Russia, who supported criminal SPDC Generals. UNGA had voted in favour of the Burmese people and supported USA’s draft to condemn Myanmar SPDC for the Human Rights abuses on 24.12.2008. The vote was won by Eighty countries’ vote.

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The supporting evidences to charge the Myanmar SPDC CRIMINALS at ICC

The supporting evidences

to charge the Myanmar SPDC CRIMINALS at ICC

Fourteen Nobel peace laureates sent an open letter to the Council on Tuesday urging it to set up a commission of inquiry into crimes against humanity they said the junta had committed in Myanmar.Please read my following postings for the supporting evidences to charge the Myanmar SPDC CRIMINALS at ICC.

14 Nobel peace laureates: UNSC should set up a commission of inquiry into crimes against humanity by Myanmar Junta

14 Nobel peace laureates: UNSC should set up a commission of inquiry

into crimes against humanity by Myanmar Junta

NEW YORK, Aug 12 — Western nations pressed the UN Security Council to adopt a statement condemning a detention sentence passed on Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi yesterday, but other countries stalled for time.

A council meeting called by France to discuss the verdict ended without result and was adjourned until today, the president of the 15-nation body, British Ambassador John Sawers, said.

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