A group of wheelchair athletes has cycled from Rangoon to Mandalay to promote the International Day of People with Disabilities.
Burmese govt requests resumption of ceasefire talks this month, but ethnic leader says questions will have to be answered first.
MNHRC says Par Gyi died from gunshot wounds to the head, chest, thigh and heel, but there was no evidence of torture. His widow and her lawyer reject the findings.
Fifty-two Burmese nationals, jailed by Malaysian immigration authorities in August after entering the country on fake visas, have been freed.
“We both wish to request anyone who could help as a witness in our case, or has evidence about the crimes we are suspected of, to urgently come forward,” said…