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- Hydrogen Blast, Tsunami Scare Rattle Quake-Weary Japanese
- China Offers Earthquake Condolences to Japan
- Despite Japan Crisis, Indonesia Pursues Nuclear Power
- Libyan Rebels Report Airstrikes on Eastern Town
- Suicide Attacker Strikes Afghan Army Recruiting Office
- Bombing Kills 9 Soldiers at Iraqi Base
- Bahraini Lawmakers Call for Martial Law
- Japan Scrambles to Stabilize Economy Amid Post-Quake Sell-Off
- Expert: Nuclear Radiation Could Spread Far Beyond Japan
- Libyan Rebels Retreat from Oil Port Under Fire from Pro-Gadhafi Forces
- Short-term pain for economy
- Scramble to cool nuclear plant
- In pictures: Mounting shock
- Media on disaster's consequences
- Aerial view of destruction
- Grammaticas: Nothing left
- Quake: Special report
- Moment when quake struck school
- Coastal town search for survivors
- 'Wall of water flattened town'
- Tsunami sweeps away all in its path
|By THE IRRAWADDY|
|Empowerment training will help displaced people support themselves as traditional aid is cut back.|
|By BA KAUNG|
|The threat of aftershocks and nuclear radiation in the coming days remains strong in the wake of Friday's 8.9 magnitude earthquake.|
|By KO HTWE|
|Hackers break into the English-language website and post two fake articles.|
|By THE IRRAWADDY|
|Known to most only as Snr-Gen Than Shwe's sidekick, Burma's No 2 general actually commands considerable influence within the military, and has even been known to use it to defy his boss.|
|By WAI MOE|
|Internal rifts within Burma's military hierarchy over business interests have left some high-ranking officers out in the cold.|
|By FAKHRURRADZIE GADE|
|Survivors of the 2004 tsunami that started off Indonesia sat glued to their TV sets, stroking each other's hands, as images of last Friday's disaster in northern Japan flashed repeatedly across the screen.|
|By GRANT PECK|
|Tens of thousands of anti-government "Red Shirt" protesters rallied Saturday in Thailand's capital in a show of strength as the country prepares for an electoral battle.|
|By HTET AUNG|
|Members of Burma's new parliament are finally able to question government ministers and discuss legislative proposals, but in almost all instances are met with a mound of data and firm 'No.'|
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