Twenty-six years after the 8888 Uprising, the people of Burma say they are still fighting to establish an independent and fair democratic system.
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To mark the 52nd anniversary of the 7 July Students’ Massacre, the All Burma Federation of Students Unions organised a march of around 100 people through Rangoon University campus.
Traditional memorials were held all over Burma to honour NLD co-founder Win Tin, one week after he died from kidney failure.
Jun 13, 2008 (DVB), A Buddhist commemoration service for those who died when Cyclone Nargis struck Burma on 2-3 May was held in Labutta township in Irrawaddy division yesterday. The[…]
Jun 3, 2008 (DVB), A one-month memorial commemorating the victims of Cyclone Nargis was held by the Human Rights Defenders and Promoters network in Irrawaddy’s Bassein and Bogalay townships yesterday.[…]