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Dissident Groups Call For Peace Between Burmese Government and Ethnic Armies


A coalition of nine dissident groups from inside Burma called +9 Orgs issued a statement this week calling on the Burmese government to make peace with ethnic armies.

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Refugee Camp in Bangladesh Hit by Storm


Heavy rains and high winds have stuck an unofficial refugee camp in Bangladesh, destroying makeshift shacks and other residences. Life in the camp before the disaster was precarious—external aid is limited and the residents are forced to fend for themselves.

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PHR Calls on Obama Administration to Press for a Commission of Inquiry in Burma


Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) joined more than 20 other organizations in calling on President Obama to commit his Administration to enacting financial and banking sanctions and to pressing for an international Commission of Inquiry to investigate crimes in Burma.

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In Burma, Rape is Rife


According to the Kachin Women’s Association Thailand (KWAT), 18 Kachin women and girls have been raped by Burmese army soldiers since the beginning of June. The Burmese government should take action to prevent soldiers from committing rape and should prosecute and punish those who carry out or condone these crimes.

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Burmese Government Warns Suu Kyi to End Political Activity


The Burmese government yesterday warned pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi to “end political activities,” in a letter addressed to her and the chairman of her political party, the National League for Democracy (NLD).

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