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BP bosses including chief executive Tony Hayward (L) at the White House meeting Preisdent Obama (2nd R)
BP is to place $20bn in an independent fund to pay out compensation to victims of the Gulf oil spill, US media report.
Lee Farkas Cars washed up by flood water in Draguignan, France, 16 June 2010
The former boss of US mortgage lender Taylor, Bean & Whitaker is charged with 16 counts of fraud, worth about $1.9bn (£1.3bn).
Flash floods in south-eastern France leave up to 19 people dead and hundreds of homes flooded,

Human trafficking is not someone else's problem. Involuntary servitude is not something we can ignore or hope doesn't exist in our own communities.

— US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Burmese Bikini Model Criticized

Criticism has spread on the Internet whether the sexy swimsuit photographs of Honey Oo are culturally appropriate.

Junta's Eyes Focused on Election

Burma's top generals have issued instructions to set aside border guard force negotiations and focus on ensuring that the USDP obtains a landslide victory in the upcoming election.

Regime-friendly Party Actively Campaigns

A convoy of cars and motorbikes flying their political flags started their regime-friendly campaign in Rangoon, Mandalay and other cities last week.

Thai PM Green Lights Crackdown on Illegal Migrants

Thailand’s Prime Minister has ordered the establishment of a “special center to suppress, arrest and prosecute” illegal alien workers.

Dozens Die in Monsoon Flooding in Arakan State

At least 28 people die in landslides and flash floods in Maungdaw and Buthidaung townships in northern Arakan State.

Suu Kyi ‘happy with party unity’
Burma’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi is glad her National League for ...
Burmese workers killed on Malaysian highway
Two young Burmese migrant workers riding a motorcycle to buy phone cards ... 
KNLA trio of ambushes kills 14 junta troops
Karen rebel forces have launched three separate ambushes against junta troops – with ...
Sons of top generals handed fuel-station permits
Burma’s ruling military junta has issued petrol-station permits to the sons of ...
Landslide on road to Bangladesh
District bulldozers early this evening cleared a massive landslide that had for 17 hours ... 
Thai PM sets up  Migrant 'arrest center '
Scores die in Bangladesh and Burma floods 
USDP 'sapping' election hopes

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