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VOTE FOR VETO
Myanmar's parliament voted to keep the military's veto power remains intact and Suu Kyi cannot become president....
DASSK FOR PRESIDENCY?
While Western nations are aware of history, it is more likely that they would prefer for the next government to be...
PLAYING THE FIELD?
having three strong possibilities for international partnership rather than just an eager China and a timid India...
WE WILL MOVE FORWARD
Commitment to work on a human rights dialogue can unleash the incredible potential of this beautiful country...
SECRET WEAPON
I gained control of my thoughts. It heightens your awareness. You become aware of the pros and cons of each act...
FOUR LIVES OF DASSK
Like Nelson Mandela emerging prison, Czech dissident Václav Havel catapulted Prague Castle, 67yr old Lady now..
FINALLY AFTER 21 YEARS
You have dedicated your life to the struggle for democracy in your country, and you are...
WORLD TOUR & BACK HOME
She has charmed the world but she still isn't a head of state to push through wide-ranging economic and....
HEADING TO BETTER FUTURE?
We are at the start of a journey towards, I hope, a better future. So many hills remain to be climbed, chasms to be bridged...
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Celebrating 70th Birthday - RFA
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Myanmar’s military has blocked an attempt at constitutional changes that would have reduced the army’s power and opened the way ...
The most well-attended commemoration of the Martyrs' Day was held nationwide in Myanmar on July 19 (Saturday) for the first ...
A vote in Myanmar's parliament has failed to remove the army's veto over constitutional change, dealing a blow to hopes ...
One of Myanmar's vice presidents has resigned from his post due to health reasons, the government said Wednesday.

First Vice ...
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Speech on 70th Birthday - BCBG Sydney
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The arrests this week of five Burmese student leaders who led a peaceful protest against military control of the country’s ...

Seven activists incarcerated for their involvement in the Letpadan education protests have been placed in solitary confinement as punishment for ...

On tonight’s bulletin:



  • Rebels, govt troops injured in Karen skirmish

  • Solo demonstrator sentenced for Tharawaddy protest

  • Find Peng Jiasheng, Burmese military tells Thais
  • ...

A solo demonstrator demanding the release of student activists has been sentenced to two years in prison for sedition.


Win Hlaing, a Prome [Pyay] town resident, was arrested on 25 May for protesting outside the Tharawaddy courthouse and in ...

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Debate on Constitution - RFA