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|By BA KAUNG|
|Private citizens groups with limited resources help victims of water shortages in drought stricken areas of Burma while the military stands idly by.|
|By KO HTWE|
|Detained NLD leader Aung San Suu Kyi has questioned the founding of a new party by some of her colleagues, calling it “incompatible with the democratic process.”|
|By YAN PAI|
|Due to Burma's electricity constraints, this weeks AFC President's Cup matches are being played in the blazing hot afternoon, and everyone from players to referees to fans are feeling the effects.|
|By ALEX ELLGEE|
|Singer, actress and activist Jane Birkin visits Mae Sot in her ongoing effort to spread awareness of Burma related issues.|
|By MIN LWIN|
|As Thai police carry out raids on work sites at the border, many Burmese migrants flee to the jungle to hide.|
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