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Unused nuclear fuel rods are piled on shelves of warehouse at North Korea's main nuclear plant in Yongbyon (Jan 2009 S. Korean handout photo)
Tue. 14 Apr 2009 1004 UTC

North Korea to Quit 6-Party Talks, Resume Nuclear Activities

Pyongyang denounces UN statement on recent rocket launch, saying it 'degrades the dignity' of the North Korean people

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Togolese President Faure Gnassingbe during a visit to Accra, Ghana on 07 Jan 2009

Togolese President's Brother Arrested After Alleged Coup Attempt Audio Clip Available

President Faure Gnassingbe cancels China trip after warning of imminent attack against him; brother under house arrest

Thai anti-government protester leaves Government House through a line of soldiers in Bangkok, Thailand, 14 Apr 2009

Thai Protesters Disperse Under Military Pressure, Leaders in Custody

Demonstrators directed through rows of soldiers and riot police where identities checked, Thai government says Bangkok returning to normal

Wives of Filipino sailors show pictures of their husbands Carlo, left, and Rodell,who are in Somali pirates' hand, in Manila, Philippines, 13 Apr 2009

Somali Pirates Seize 4 Ships in 24 Hours Audio Clip Available

Hijacked ships include Togo-flagged 'MV Sea Horse,' Greek freighter 'MV Irene E.M.' and two Egyptian fishing boats

Reza Saberi, the father of American-Iranian journalist Roxana Saberi holding her picture (File)

Iran Puts US Reporter on Trial for Spying Video clip available

Roxana Saberi, 33, went on trial in Iran this week for allegedly spying for US, a verdict could be expected in about two weeks

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US President Obama and Federal Reserve head Ben Bernanke say there are signs the recession is easing but times remain tough.

North Korea orders UN nuclear inspectors to leave the country, the organisation's nuclear watchdog says.

An 89-year-old US man suspected of Nazi war crimes is granted a last-minute stay of deportation after being detained.

Thai Unrest Has Regional Impact


Violent unrest in Thailand may have a lasting impact on its neighbors and on how Western governments operate in the region.

KNLA fights Burmese Army and DKBA
Mizzima.com - New Delhi,Delhi,India
Colonel Nerdah said the Burmese Army and DKBA troops were now maintaining forward posts armed with heavy armour that was capable of hitting the main base ...
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'Broker' of boat people arrested
The Age - Melbourne,Australia
The summit, known as the Bali Process, will host ministerial-level talks today and tackle the vexed issue of the Rohingya ethnic minority fleeing Burma by ...
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Burmese military regime arrests trade union members
Infoshop News - USA
On April 1, 2009, five members of the Federation Trade Unions Burma (FTUB) were arrested in their homes in Rangoon after returning from border areas where ...
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A long way from streets paved with gold
Albany Times Union - Albany,NY,USA
Even though he'd never been to school in Burma, he completed his high school equivalency in Umpium, one of nine camps on the border that have sheltered ...
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Burma: US Sanctions
US Department of State - Washington,DC,USA
Question: Regarding US sanctions against Burma, which sanctions are required by law and which are discretionary? Answer: There are a multitude of sanctions ...
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Vision News ≫ Sunday April 12 was a special anniversary
By gardner@bcwe.org
The Holy Spirit had so grabbed his heart and attention that he could do not less than give his entire life to reach Burma with the gospel. What a hero! God may be calling you right now to do the same. There is no greater thing that you ...
Vision News - http://visionbaptist.com/blog/
GMANews.TV - BI: No record of Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie in RP ...
The article said the couple has been planning to adopt a child from the Philippines after being refused in Burma (Myanmar) by authorities. - Katrina Elaine Alba with Carlo Lorenzo, GMANews.TV. Email this | Email the Editor | Print | ...
GMA News.tv - http://www.gmanews.tv/
Statement on the Fabricated News to Cause Communal Violence by ...
By peacerunning
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Free Burma's pro democracy prisoners! - Care2 News Network
By Ben Oscarsito
2000 pro democracy monks and activists are being held in inhumane conditions in Burmese prisons. Their crime: peacefully calling for democracy....
Care2 News Network - http://www.care2.com/news/

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