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A government soldier uses his rifle scope as his comrades rush to the field in pursuit of unidentified armed men in Ampatuan town in Maguindanao province, 07 Dec 2009

Philippine Police Clash with Clan Supporters

Thousands of troops have taken control of southern Maguindanao province to crack down on the powerful Ampatuan clan

A Pakistani police officer is seen near burning vehicles after a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan, 07 Dec 2009

Suicide Bomber in Pakistan Kills 7

Authorities say the bomber blew himself up Monday after security officials stopped him from entering a courthouse in Peshawar

Iranian Police Clash with Protesters

Witnesses say hundreds of police used batons and tear gas to disperse demonstrators gathered in the streets of central Tehran

Danish Prime Minister Lokke Rasmussen addresses opening of Copenhagen climate summit, 7 December 2009
Denmark's PM describes the UN climate summit in Copenhagen as an "opportunity the world cannot afford to miss".

'Tear gas' at Iran protest rally
Iranian police move to disperse opposition supporters in central Tehran ahead of an officially sanctioned rally, witnesses say.

Day of mourning over Russia fire
Russia is holding a day of mourning for the 112 people killed when fire ripped through a nightclub in the city of Perm.

Ethnic Leader Barred from Public Speaking Engagement

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7 December 2009: Burmese authorities had barred a prominent Chin politician from appearing at a pre-arranged public speaking engagement during the gathering of students in Chin State. The move was the latest in a continuing attempt by the military regime to silence dissidents’ voice ahead of the planned 2010 polls.Read more...

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Indian FM to visit Burma for BIMSTEC meet

Indian Minister for External Affairs (MEA) S.M Krishna will commence a three-day visit to Burma, on Wednesday for a multilateral meeting to be held in capital Naypyitaw. MEA officials told......

Burmese PM to attend climate change conference, meet EU members

A Burmese delegation led by Prime Minister Thein Sein will travel to Denmark to attend the COP 15 or United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen from December......

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Imbibing national miasma in a searching Burma

(Book review) Some dozen years ago I found myself sharing in the daily labors of the residents of a sea-swept monastery in the southern Burmese coastal town of ...

Sharing the scholarship programmed for Burmese people

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