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Deadly blasts mar Nigeria celebrationBlast scene in Abuja, screen grab from Reuters

At least eight people are killed as two blasts in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, mar celebrations to mark 50 years since independence from the UK.

Congo killings 'may be genocide'

A UN report on killings in DR Congo in the 1990s says Rwandan forces took part in attacks on Hutu civilians which could constitute "crimes of genocide".

Burma's Nargis Children Unhappy In Sri Lanka

Attempts are being made to repatriate some Burmese children taken to Sri Lanka for care and education after cyclone Nargis.

Censors Bar Reporting of Suu Kyi's Voting Right

Restrictions on mention of Suu Kyi and other election-related issues in Burma's private media bode ill for a free and fair election.

Burma Abuzz Over Possible Release of Suu Kyi

The detention of Burma's democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi expires early next month, but only the ruling junta chief knows exactly when she will be granted freedom.

Suu Kyi Won't Care Another Depayin After Her Release

After she is freed on Nov.13, detained pro-democracy leader will tour the country to rally the faithful and ignore the possibility of attacks similar to the Depayin massacre.

New Intelligence Chief Tries to Plug Leaks

Burma's new Chief of Military Affairs Security warns his staff about leaking military documents and orders tighter surveillance within military offices and government ministries.

Release Suu Kyi Now: US Congressman
A key US lawmaker calls on Burma to set Aung San Suu Kyi free and says rumors that she will be released in November are a ploy to gain legitimacy in the upcoming election.
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Burmese troops clash with Karen, Shan armies

Fighting erupts with renegade Shan force only hours after the Burmese army loses a soldier to an ambush in Karen state
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Bomb blast hits Bago election office

Burmese state media blames Wednesday's bomb blast at a Bago office being used by Election Commission officials on 'political opportunists'
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Bizarre allegations surround ‘bogus’ hospital

Allegations of ‘fake’ patients and equipment mires opening of post-cyclone hospital in the Irrawaddy delta’s Labutta township

Sending programme agenda and world teachers’ day invitation letter

Dear All
We; our Burmese Migrant teachers’ association (B.M.T.A) want to invite you to come  World teachers’ day celebration at 5th Oct 2010 , (9 am to 4 pm). If you and your INGO, NGO, CBO are concern with education sector or interested in education sector ,we would warmly welcome you to joy with us at the world teachers’ day celebration.

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