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An electronic spy network, based mainly in China, has infiltrated computers around the world, Canadian researchers say.

Key politicians from Australia, Russia, China and the UK urge a unified response to the economic crisis at the G20 summit.

A Colombian man is accused of imprisoning his daughter and fathering 11 children with her, causing outrage in Colombia.

President Barack Obama makes remarks to representatives of the National Conference of State Legislatures at the White House, 20 Mar 2009

Mr. Obama will travel first to London for a summit of the G-20 industrialized and developing nations, which will focus on the global economic crisis

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Generals Go Marching Down Memory Lane

Some of Burma’s retired generals have been spending their retirement years writing autobiographies that make interesting, sometimes colorful but hardly illuminating reading.

Burma blames dissident groups for bomb blast
Brisbane Times - Brisbane,Queensland,Australia
Burma's junta has accused two dissident groups in exile of plotting a bomb attack in the country's economic hub Rangoon that killed a man two days ago, ...
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Burmese workers hit the road for work
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette - Fort Wayne,IN,USA
Mang Khai uses his 15-passenger van to transport fellow Burmese refugees from Fort Wayne to Logansport, 2 hours away, for work at the Tyson Foods pork ...
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Myanmar's junta blames dissidents for blast
International Herald Tribune - France
It said the All Burma Students' Democratic Front and another dissident group were believed to have links to the blast. A spokesman for the front could not ...
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‘False alarm’ over body of murdered yachtsman
The Herald - Glasgow,Scotland,UK
Three fishermen from neighbouring Burma were arrested on Tuesday and charged with murder and robbery. Police said that the three Burmese, all younger than ...
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Engage With Burma
Washington Post - United States
The March 15 editorial "Burma's Bullies" called for caution in negotiating with the authoritarian regime in Burma, a country for which even the name (it's ...
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Obama likely to lean toward Indonesia for Burma
KanglaOnline - Kangla,Manipur,India
One of which in review is Burma. The administration is looking at ways to engage the Burmese military junta. Reaching out to Indonesia is one option ...
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The Thai-Burmese border has a life of its own
เดอะ เนชั่น - Thailand
By DON PATHAN EIGHT YEARS ago, then-prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra came into power and vowed to patch things up with Burma's military government, ...
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WWII veteran honored for service
Texas Cable News - Dallas,TX,USA
Barron, a veterinarian, served as a captain in the US Army in Burma, treating horse and mules on the infamous Burma Road. He served as a captain and US Army ...
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