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US Supports UN Commission of Inquiry to Investigate Crimes in Burma

11/05/2010

Embarking on a trip through several Asian nations last week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton publicly announced the United States' support for the establishment of a United Nations Commission of Inquiry to investigate crimes in Burma.

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Impact of Landmines on Burma's children

07/02/2010

Fourteen-year-old Kyan Khen* unwittingly triggered a landmine that took his left leg, and severely injured his right, while tending to his four buffalo in a rice field just across the Burmese border in Karen state in October 2009.

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Op-ed in Global Post: Stateless and Starving in Bangladesh

04/12/2010

Government officials in Bangladesh are preventing humanitarian access to tens of thousands of starving Burmese refugees living in its southeastern corner, across the river from Burma.

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Podcast of PHR Investigator Just Back from Bangladesh

03/14/2010

We are persecuted by the Burmese government, so we came here for peace, but now we are persecuted by the Bangladeshi government. A 25-year-old female refugee from Arakan State, Burma, said this to me while I was investigating conditions at Kutupalong unofficial camp, Bangladesh three weeks ago.

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Burmese Refugees Starving to Death - Act Now

03/11/2010

As you read this blog post, a humanitarian crisis is unfolding. Tens of thousands of Burmese refugees are in danger of dying from starvation and disease in Bangladesh.

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