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French mother 'relieved by truth'
A French mother who admitted killing eight of her newborn babies is relieved that her secret is finally out in the open, her lawyer says.
|By ADAM SELENE|
|The US and the European Union would be well advised to adopt a policy of deal-making and “diplomacy by stealth” in their approach to Burma.|
|By BA KAUNG|
|One purpose of Burma junta leader Snr-Gen Than Shwe's visit to India appears to be an attempt to seek atonement at the country's holiest Buddhist|
|By WAI MOE|
|Top Burmese generals are reportedly scheduled to meet North Korea's Foreign Minister in Naypyidaw during his four-day visit|
|By THE IRRAWADDY|
|Hein Latt, the author of a recent Burmese biography of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, speaks to The Irrawaddy about the troubles surrounding publication of his book.|
|By HTET AUNG|
|The formation of the Union Solidarity and Development Party is “due to the call of history,” according to its constitution.|
|By KHIN OO THA|
|Though the election law forbids government officials from taking part in the poll, regime ministers are starting to organize their campaigns|
North Korea joins the junta's censors.
Floods in the northwestern Burmese division of Sagaing resulting from torrential ...
Burma Campaign urges Cameron to press India on Burmese issues
Burma Campaign UK has called on British Prime Minister David Cameron and Foreign ...
USDP to extend its campaign to urban areas of Mon State
The junta-backed Union Solidarity and Development Party is soon to start electoral ...
Suu Kyi, NLD leaders confident of her release in November
Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her National League for Demo ...
MDC chief looks ahead to ask when military will quit parliament
Party leader, poet and author, Wei Mhu Thwin, says the problem with the upcoming ...