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UN calls for Pakistan helicopters

Pakistani soldiers unload supplies from a United Arab Emirates helicopter in Alipur, Muzaffargarh district, Punjab province - 19 August 2010

More helicopters are urgently needed to deliver aid to the millions of Pakistanis still cut off by devastating floods, says the UN.

Australian election on knife edge

Rivals Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott put in a final campaigning push, ahead of one of Australia's tightest elections.
  • Lockerbie bomber restraint urged

    The UK government urges Libya not to celebrate the first anniversary of the release of the man responsible for the Lockerbie bombing.
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PM’s party opens offices to roars of support

Union Solidarity and Development Party offices open across the country with supporters in Mandalay apparently testing repressive election laws

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Police clash with activists over Burma FM

Protestors in East Timor feel the strong arm of the law as police disperse a demonstration over the arrival of Burmese Foreign Minister Nyan Win
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Pressure heaped on Barclays bank

British and Burmese trade unions launch attack on UK banking giant as the EU takes the lame duck position over financial regulation enforcement  
USDP conducts nationwide office-opening ceremonies
open-ceremony-usdpssThe main junta-backed political party conducted an office-opening ceremony at party headquarters ...
Remembering Burma’s humanitarian workers
ocha(Interview) In a social atmosphere often held hostage to competing political agendas, Burma’s ...
Ten generals to shed rank in pre-vote reshuffle
spdc-logo-sThe Burmese junta is to undertake a huge military reshuffle next week, after which 10 officers at ...
NLD officially boycotts polls after strategic talks
visit-88-generation1sBurma’s main opposition party, the National League for Democracy, today announced an official boycott ...
Officials snub hungry Chin villagers amid rat plague
ratsRats destroying crops during a months-long plague in Chin State has caused serious food shortages ...

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