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|By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS|
|Hundreds of millions of dollars in international aid still are needed to help Burma's people recover and rebuild from Cyclone Nargis two years ago, the United Nations said.|
|By RAVI NESSMAN|
|Seven weeks into a stalemate that has turned parts of the city into a lawless protest camp, many are wondering why the government seems unable or unwilling to restore order.|
|By WILLAM BOOT|
|EU has extended its sanctions against the Burma military junta and its “allies” for one more year because democratic reform has failed to take place.|
|By MON MON MYAT|
|Nargis’s devastation was too great to make for a quick and simple recovery.|
|By KYAW THEIN KHA|
|The formation of the Union Solidarity and Development Party by Burmese Prime Minister Thein Sein and other government officials may violate junta election laws.|
|By WAI MOE|
|The Chinese army deploys an additional 5,000 soldiers at the Burmese border as a potential conflict looms between the Burmese military and the UWSA.|
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PM, now a retired general, leads USDA party
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