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|By WAI MOE|
|With relief workers still sifting through collapsed buildings in eastern Shan State, the death toll from Thursdays’ earthquake is expected to be more than 150.|
|By SAW YAN NAING|
|Overwhelmed by hundreds of patients injured in Thursday’s earthquake, the hospital in Tachilek has been forced to leave many out in the open.|
|By KO HTWE|
|Human Rights Watch calls on Burma's military leaders to end abuses against civilians and ensure that those responsible are held accountable.|
|By KO HTWE|
|The United Wa State Army, Burma's largest armed cease-fire group, issues a statement calling for dialogue with the country's military regime to avert renewed conflict.|
|By NA YEE LIN LATT|
|Of the 7,000 fishermen that were swept into the Andaman Sea during a tropical storm on March 14-16, a total of 3,374 have now been rescued.|
|By SIMON ROUGHNEEN|
|The International Labor Organization sees signs that the environment for organizing legitimate trade unions in Burma may be changing, but hurdles to doing so remain within the new parliamentary system.|
|By SAW YAN NAING|
|People living on the Thai-Burmese border are still feeling anxious following the magnitude 6.8 earthquake that struck the area on Thursday evening.|
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|By HTET AUNG|
|Burma's state media reports that the magnitude 6.8 earthquake that struck Burma on Thursday killed 74 people and injured 111 while destroying 300 buildings in eastern Shan State.|
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