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Barack Obama speaks after the G20 summit
US President Obama hails the G20 agreements reached in London, as he heads to Strasbourg for a key Nato summit.

Troops from Thailand and Cambodia exchange fire in a border area that both countries claim as theirs, officials say.

America's lead climate negotiator tells the BBC that the US will only do what is politically and technologically achievable.

President Barack Obama (file photo)

President Obama is attending a summit marking the 60th anniversary of NATO

Obama: G-20 Agreement a Turning Point
G-20 Agrees on Huge Stimulus, Tough Regulations to End Economic Crisis
French Police Use Tear Gas Against Anti- NATO Protesters

Job seekers check employment offers in Miami
Afghanistan has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world. UNICEF says about 1,800 Afghan women die out of every 100,000 live births
Israeli soldiers gear up outside the West Bank Jewish settlement of Bat Ayin, 02 Apr, 2009
People line up at a Workforce Plus job fair, in Tallahassee, Florida, 26 Mar 2009

US distribute food aid to 350,000 cyclone victims

Apr 3, 2009 (DVB)–A senior official at the US embassy in Rangoon traveled to cyclone-hit Irrawaddy Delta on Tuesday to oversee the distribution of over 16,000 tones of rice donated by the US government in February. - more

Journey into Hell

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Six-party Talks on Burma Proposal Gets US Support

The US is prepared to tackle the Burma issue by joining six-party talks along the lines of those held to discuss North Korea’s nuclear program, according to a senior State Department official.

Philippines urges Burma to Protect Human Rights

Burma should free all political prisoners and fulfill a long-standing pledge to democratize, says the Philippine foreign secretary.

Oil Slips Below $52 After Surging Overnight

Oil slipped below US $52 a barrel Friday in Asia after surging overnight on investor optimism crude demand will soon rebound if the US recession has bottomed.

KNU demands international community rescue Burma

An armed ethnic Burmese resistance group, Karen National Union (KNU), has urged the international community to take stern action against Burma's military regime in order to restore peace

Medical specialist to launch private airline

Reports say famous liver disease specialist Dr. Khin Maung Win is trying to establish a private airline for operation inside Burma. It is envisioned that airplanes will be leased from...

U.S. advocates for a common approach to Burma

Deputy U.S. Secretary of State James B. Steinberg gave notice yesterday during a conference in Washington D.C. that the United States wants a "collaborative and constructive" approach on

Indian armed forces withhold cooperation in trial of Burmese rebels

India's Ministry of Defense has failed to cooperate in the Central Bureau of Investigation's (CBI) case concerning the detention of 34 Burmese freedom fighters currently lodged in Kolkata's Presidency...

Editorial, Opinion and Analysis

Capitalizing on a flawed electoral process

(Commentary) As ripples continue to reverberate from the recently concluded and rare visit of an American official to Burma's administrative center of Naypyitaw...

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