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|By WAI MOE|
|In his latest effort to entrench his family's status as Burma's ruling clan, Snr-Gen Than Shwe appoints his son-in-law to serve as the country's ambassador to its closest ally.|
|By BA KAUNG|
|The junta's proxy Union Solidarity and Development Party concludes a special conference in Naypyidaw to prepare for the newly-elected parliament and government.|
|By KO HTWE|
|The Burmese army forces drivers and their trucks to serve as military transport.|
|By KHIN OO THAR|
|More residents in Burma's western Arakan (Rakhine) State suffer as their farm land and plantations have been confiscated or damaged due to a railway project in the area.|
|By ALEX ELLGEE|
|It is early morning and the doors to the People’s Volunteer Association office have been open for only one hour. Inside, there is already a line of people with problems queuing to talk with the staff.|
|By MARCUS ELIASON|
|The disruptions of earthly existence came from some unlikely places in 2010: ash from an Icelandic volcano; the contents of an airline passenger's underwear; a website called WikiLeaks spilling the secret cables of international diplomacy onto front pages across the world.|
|By LAWI WENG|
|Two months after Cyclone Giri devastated coastal regions of western Arakan State in Burma, thousands of victims still lack food, report humanitarian organizations.|
|By ZARNI MANN|
|Photographer Sithu Zeya is sentenced to eight years in prison for photographing the aftermath of the April 15, 2010 bomb blast in Rangoon.|
Rangoon City Development Committee has ordered the shopkeepers of Thirimingala Market to move to ...
USDP lodges poll complaint against rival lawmakers-elect
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Somali pirates let Burmese crewmen contact families
The 23 Burmese crewmen of Liberian-flagged container ship MSC Panama, hijacked early this month ...
Cyclone Giri victims have just 45pc of basic needs: UN office
Two months since Cyclone Giri ripped through Burma’s western Arakan State, residents affected have ...
An open letter of a student for SPDC Chair person