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|By KO HTWE|
|To mark International Women's Day, female leaders in Burma speak out on the need for further efforts to achieve equality between men and women.|
|By MIN NAING THU|
|Some 500 new sponsors have stepped in to assist political prisoners affiliated with the NLD under an initiative promoted by Aung San Suu Kyi.|
|By WAI MOE|
|With the “Jasmine Revolution” beginning to spread from the Arab world to China, the Burmese military regime is planning to increase intelligence efforts to suppress similar mass movements.|
|By MA SU MON|
|From a new compilation of testimonies told by survivors of Burma's military regime, Ma Su Mon, a former Rangoon university student, tells her story.|
|By KANYA D'ALMEIDA|
|Women continue to struggle, far below the level of their male counterparts, in every single aspect of human society.|
|By MATTHEW PENNINGTON|
|China's military has been on a spending spree at a time that the debt-ridden US government is looking to cut defense costs.|
|By THE IRRAWADDY|
|All ongoing parliamentary sessions are to be concluded by the end of this month in Burma.|
|By KO HTWE|
|The Burmese army is once again using its infamous “four-cuts” strategy in Shan State and the number of internally displaced people is rising by the day.|
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