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Benjamin Netanyahu (left) and Joe Biden shake hands in Jerusalem (9 March 2010)
US Vice-President Joe Biden hails a "moment of real opportunity" for Middle East peace talks and stresses US support for Israel.

Irish 'plot to kill cartoonist'
Seven people are arrested in the Irish Republic over an alleged plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist for depicting the Prophet Muhammad.

Indian MPs approve women's bill
India's upper house sees a second day of uproar as it backs a bill to reserve a third of all parliamentary seats for women.

Party Registration Laws Set NLD a Deadline

The National League for Democracy has 60 days from the enactment of the regime's election laws in which to decide whether or not to accept the terms of the party registration laws set by the regime.

Burmese Battalions Breach NMSP Area

Two Burmese government battalions have set up bases in areas under the control of the New Mon State Party in contravention of the 1995 cease-fire agreement.

Border Conflict Could Last 'Many More Years,' TBBC Warns

The Burmese Constitution's failure to address “ethnic aspirations” could mean that conflict in the border areas would continue for “many more years to come,” according to the Thailand Burma Border Consortium.

Migrant Children Shooting Unacceptable: HRW

Human Rights Watch urges the Thai government to make a thorough investigation and prevent a repeat of the fatal shooting of three children of migrant workers by Thai soldiers.

Thein Sein Visits Sino-Burmese Border Town

The Burmese prime minister was scheduled to visit Muse on the Sino-Burmese border on Tuesday amid the junta's increased pressure on ethnic cease-fire groups to transform into border guard forces.
NLD will stick with Shwegondaing Declaration, says Win Tin
wintin-nld-party1sWin Tin, senior leader of Burma's main opposition party the National League for Democracy told ... 
Suu Kyi to file case against relative
suu-kyi-campbellssNobel Laureate and Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi will file ...  

Motorcycles to be back on Rangoon roads
Policemen, intelligence agency personnel and Union Solidarity and Development ...
Burma bans imprisoned dissidents from up-coming elections
regestration-lawsIn preparation for the upcoming national election set to take place this year, ... Burma to call time on Wa army thumbnail




Burma to call time on Wa army

Burma's largest ethnic army is 'prepared for the worst' as the ruling junta threatens to declare them 'unlawful' Acute malnutrition among Rohingya ‘critical’ thumbnail 

Acute malnutrition among Rohingya ‘critical’

Aid group warns that Burmese refugees in Bangladeshi camps could face starvation if their situation is not properly addressed by international community ASEAN to hand cyclone relief to junta thumbnail 

ASEAN to hand cyclone relief to junta

Southeast Asia bloc acknowledges that gaps still exist in Nargis aid delivery but will hand control of operations to the Burmese junta in July

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