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  • By channel 4 news Friday 01 May 2015 In a troubled world, people do extraordinary things for a better life. Fleeing poverty or persecution – or perhaps both – tens of thousands have made their way to the north African coast this year, purchasing seats on rickety boats that they hope will take them to […]

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  • By bdnews24.com Monday April 27, 2015 Sweden also recognises that the best solution to Rohingya refugees lies in Myanmar government creating a condition for the community to live “peacefully” in their own country. “This is one of the tragic and unresolved problems,” Swedish Ambassador in Dhaka Johan Frisell said while speaking on his country’s foreign […]

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  • By AFP Thursday 23 April, 2015 Myanmar’s military has captured five people after a rare clash with insurgents in Rakhine state, state media said April 22, potentially complicating efforts to reach a nationwide ceasefire with numerous rebel groups. The quasi-civilian government wants to declare an end to civil wars that have plagued ethnic minority border […]

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  • By U Shwe Maung MP February 19, 2015 We are citizens of Myanmar according to Section 11 of 1947 Constitution, Section 4(2) of 1948 Citizenship Act. Therefore, we are citizens of Myanmar according to 1974 Constitution. 1982 Citizenship Law can NOT deny our citizenship rights as we are already citizens. Becuse 1982 Law is securing […]

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  • By SRA February 19, 2015 Myanmar’s backsliding on human rights reforms – only a few months before the general elections – underscores the necessity of the UN Human Tights Council to adopt a strong resolution on the situation of human rights in the country and to extend their mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the […]

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  • February 12, 2015 Stockholm- Sweden En grupp före detta militärer och tjänstemän ur den burmesiska regimen mörklägger människorättsbrott. Svenskt bistånd stöttar dem sedan två år tillbaka. – Sverige borde veta bättre, säger David Mathieson, Burmaforskare på Human Rights Watch. En bärande princip i Sveriges biståndsarbete i Burma har varit att kringgå regeringen och rikta stödet […]

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  • By SRA January 29,2015 Stockholm-Sweden (New York) – Burma’s human rights situation declined in 2014, setting back progress made since the reform process began three years ago, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2015. Donors and influential governments have done little to pressure the army and government to keep reforms on track. […]

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  • By Phyu Phyu Zin, December 08, 2014 Eight people arrested in Rakhine State for their refusal to be registered as “Bengali” during Myanmar’s nationwide population census were sentenced December 2 to two years in prison, according to Daw Wai Wai Nu, director of the Women Peace Network Arakan. Maungdaw Township Court in Rakhine State sentenced […]

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