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Burma’s referendum among ruins

I’ve been reading today’s edition of propaganda rag The New Light of Myanmar…

  • Fri May 9 17:34:00 2008
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Burma: Seeing but not believing

Of all the images that have emerged from cyclone-hit Burma, the mostshocking for me were the most long distance ones…

  • Wed May 7 17:32:00 2008
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Burma: destruction and gundown

Tropical cyclone Nargis – which hit Burma around midnight on Friday –has ruined many parts of a country which already has poorinfrastructure due to the history of blundering by its militarydictators…

  • Tue May 6 17:29:00 2008
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Ballot boxes Burma

May 10th vote may give Burma's generals permanent control...From a country that employs one soldier for every citizen - where demonstrators are tortured and where political joke-tellers end up in jail - some incredibly brave men and women step up to Radio New Internationalist's microphones today to talk about the latest developments in their country…

  • Tue Apr 29 16:00:00 2008
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Our daily bread - and our trespasses

The spiraling world food grains crisis has been a long time coming.There have been warnings aplenty, but they didn't really grab theheadlines…

  • Tue Apr 15 17:15:00 2008
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Flame, shame and symbols

It couldn’thave been more symbolic…

  • Mon Apr 7 17:10:00 2008
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Tibet’s Olympian struggle

This Sunday – 6 April – the official Olympic torch rally comes to London…

  • Fri Apr 4 17:07:00 2008
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Tibet - hope at last

Suddenly, for the first time in many years, there's hope. As tension and protests mount in Tibet- and within Tibetan communities outside the country - there is a sense that atlast something is shifting, however fraught with perils that change may be. …

  • Wed Mar 19 17:01:00 2008
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Fidel Castro - the verdict

Sincethe darkest night of the 'missile crisis' in 1962 - when I doubted I'dlive to see the next dawn - Cuba has lodged somewhere at the back of mymind, as often as not taking the faintly roguish form of Fidel Castro.…

  • Wed Feb 27 16:40:00 2008
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A day for Osanloo

The bus drivers of Tehran are one of the medal winners in New Internationalist's Human Rights Olympics.The medals have been awarded to inspirational groups around the worldwho are struggling for human rights in their fullest sense…

  • Tue Feb 26 16:34:00 2008
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