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We are sorry to inform you that though SPDC announced they release all together 7114 prisoners this evening but we did not hear any political prisoners release according to the said of NLD spoke man U Nyein Win and our internal reporter. All of the prisoners release were criminals .
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Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell (file photo)
Thu. 17 Sep 2009 1209 UTC

US Adjusting Plan for European Missile Defense System

Pentagon spokesman says change will better protect US forces in Europe, allies from Iranian missile threat

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy (file)

Iran Lashes Out at France for Remarks on Nuclear Program

Foreign Ministry criticizes French president for saying Iran is working on creating nuclear weapons

Afghan President Hamid Karzai (file photo)

Afghan President Denies Major Fraud in Tainted Election Audio Clip Available

Hamid Karzai says fraud must be investigated 'fairly and without prejudice'

US President Barack Obama (R) meets with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., 16 Sep 2009

Obama Urges Patience on Afghan Troop Decision Audio Clip Available

US president speaks after discussing Afghanistan and other issues with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at White House

Indonesian police officers carry ammunition as they walk from the site of police raid on a suspected terrorist hideout in Solo, Central Java, Indonesia, 17 Sep 2009

Terrorism Mastermind Killed During Police Raid in Indonesia Audio Clip Available

Noordin Mohammad Top, was killed in an early morning raid and shoot-out Thursday in central Java

Iranian test of Shahab-2 missile, November 2006
The US abandons plans to base a missile defence system in Europe, the Czech PM announces, in a major foreign policy shift.

Italy says a bomb attack on one of its military convoys in the Afghan capital, Kabul, has killed at least six soldiers.

The European Space Agency has released the first images from the Planck telescope, looking deep into the ancient Universe.

Resettlement—the Black Market

A network of “brokers” is accused of arranging resettlement for bogus refugees with some UNHCR staff complicit in the corruption process.

Eight Democracy Activists Arrested

Authorities raid homes in the middle of the night and take away eight democracy activists, including one monk, in Myingyan Township.

Human Rights Report Showcases Political Prisoners

A new Human Rights Watch report dramatically showcases the rise in political prisoners in Burma one day after anti-sanction Sen Jim Webb met with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

French Ship Builder Eyes Asia Naval Defense Market

French warship builder DCNS said it's in talks with Asian navies to sell submarines, ships and other naval equipment as the region looks to boost defense spending to protect burgeoning economic interests.

Seven Bombs Go Off in Rangoon

Seven bombs explode in northern Rangoon, but no one is reported injured.

Burma announces amnesty for 7114 prisoners

“We want justice”: Burmese rebels tell Court

Detained for the past 11 years, Burmese rebels on Thursday told the City Sessions Court in India’s Kolkata city that they were falsely framed and demanded justice. The rebels,......

Junta defends barring Suu Kyi from attending hearing

Burma’s state-run media on Thursday defended a decision barring pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi from attending the hearing of her appeal scheduled for September 18,...

Editorial, Opinion and Analysis

Business overwhelms democracy when it comes to Burma

(Commentary) The world is politics and politics is money. This is what majority of ignorant Burmese people have had to discover lately. The Burmese people hav...

Court continues hearing of detained Burmese rebels

Burmese rebels, who are currently undergoing trial at a City Sessions Court in India’s Kolkata, on Wednesday, told the Court that they were not criminals, but freedom fighters...

Industrial Zones get only 5 hours worth of electricity

Industrial zones in Rangoon Division currently get electricity only for five hours per day as the Ministry of Energy has further reduced the power supply. After the constant voltage......

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