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|The years that Ibrahim Gambari served as the UN special envoy to Burma were memorable, but the part he played during this period was not.|
|By WAI MOE|
|Burma's senior general ignores political concerns and instead enthuses about the country's 'booming' economy at a recent meeting in Naypyidaw.|
|By SAW YAN NAING|
| The Euro-Burma Office will strengthen its focus on Burmese migrant workers and internal displaced persons in conflict areas. |
|By LAWI WENG|
| Burmese Prime Minister Thein Sein will probably meet with some EU ministers during a UN climate conference in Copenhagen next week, signaling a potential shift in its policy towards Burma. |
|By ROD MCGUIRK|
| A banned movie depicting the murder of five Australian journalists in the 1975 invasion of East Timor will be shown by journalists in Jakarta. |
|By ARKAR MOE|
| Opposition leaders await the appointment of a new UN special envoy to Burma to replace Ibrahim Gambari, who has been named a special representative to work on the Darfur issue. |
|By WAI MOE|
|Former Brig-Gen Kyaw Zaw, a founding member Burma's armed forces, calls on the country's military to work for the sake of the people.|
Teashops, restaurants and beauty parlours in Rangoon have started removing television sets from their shops as the Video Association has ordered that those using TV in the shops... Burma’s High court on Friday agreed to hear the appeal request against the sentencing of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi on December 21, her lawyer said. Nyan Win, one...
Repair work began in detained Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s colonial-era home on Thursday after six construction workers were allowed entry into...
Every child loves their family. But what are the consequences of a child being neglected by their parents or siblings or both within the family? If a child has their..
| EU to begin political dialogue with Burma |
Dec 4, 2009 (AFP)–The European Union will begin "sustained political dialogue" with Burma following the thawing of relations between the junta-led nation and the US, the regional bloc's ambassador said Thursday. - more
| Indian rebels admit to Burmese hideouts|
Dec 4, 2009 (DVB)–Members of the banned Indian separatist group, the United Liberation Front of Assam, have alleged that they hold strategic bases across the border in Burmese territory. - more
| Court agrees to hear Suu Kyi appeal|
Dec 4, 2009 (AFP)–Military-ruled Burma's supreme court has agreed to hear an appeal against the extended house arrest of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, an official said Friday. - more
| Imprisoned foreign fishermen lacking food|
Dec 4, 2009 (DVB)–Nearly 130 men on board foreign fishing boats who were captured and detained in Rangoon’s Insein prison last month are lacking food and basic amenities, sources close to prison inmates said. - more
| Maligned UN envoy to Burma reassigned |
Dec 4, 2009 (DVB)–The United Nations envoy to Burma, Ibrahim Gambari, has been assigned head of the UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur, following criticism of his former posting. - more
| Detained cyclone aid workers released |
Dec 4, 2009 (DVB)–Seventeen cyclone relief workers and journalists associated with a Burmese aid organization who were arrested in October have been released from a Rangoon interrogation centre, their families said. - more
| Burmese junta 'spies' could face execution|
Dec 4, 2009 (DVB)–Three men who allegedly leaked information on Burma’s secret tunnel project appeared in a Rangoon court yesterday on charges of espionage, which could be punishable by death. - more