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Pages in category "Myanmar"
The following 67 pages are in this category, out of 67 total.
- Aid starts to reach Myanmar
- Anti-censorship developers targeting China's "Great Firewall"
- At least 10,000 reported dead after Burma cyclone
- At least 9 protesters killed, 11 wounded in Myanmar
- Aung San Suu Kyi claims a seat in the Parliamentary elections in Myanmar
- Aung San Suu Kyi leaves house arrest to meet with government official
- Aung San Suu Kyi release orders 'signed'
- Australia to detain Burmese boatpeople on Nauru
- Australian government declares support for Burmese protests
- Australian PM rules out economic sanctions against Myanmar
- Ignored warnings 'worsened' situation in Myanmar
- Indian Prime Minister Modi attends 5th BIMSTEC summit virtually
- International Criminal Court gives Myanmar till July 27 to respond on Rohingya case
- International Red Cross condemns Myanmar regime
- International team of scientists studies malaria drug resistance in Southeast Asia
- Magnitude 6.8 earthquake strikes northeastern Myanmar
- Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton present 2012 International Women of Courage Awards
- Myanmar criticised for hampering aid; UN resumes relief efforts
- Myanmar dissident Suu Kyi to run for parliament in by-elections
- Myanmar Junta threatened with sanctions by UN body
- Myanmar prayer rally calls for release of democracy leader Suu Kyi
- Myanmar protesters beaten by police
- Myanmar to allow foreign aid says UN's Ban Ki Moon
- Myanmar's pro-democracy leader Suu Kyi to contest in by-election
- U.S. Navy forced to give up on Burma relief
- UK judge withholds report from Thai death penalty defendants
- UK opposition leader calls for Burma aid to be dispatched by air if access for aid workers does not improve
- UK PM pledges aid for Myanmar
- UN Secretary General releases new statement as UN aid starts to reach Myanmar
- United Nations passes Declaration on human cloning
- US suspects North Korea and Burma participating in 'covert military' activities