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The ruling party in Burma announces that it will field 1,147 candidates for the 8 November general election, but President Thein Sein will not run.
More than 1,000 villagers, who fled their homes to avoid being caught in the crossfire of armed conflict are running out of food in their temporary shelters.
With 12 of the 14 regions in the country facing daunting cleanup efforts, and tens of thousands of people displaced, the upcoming general election has been pushed to the back…
Aid workers say underage sex work is not only morally reprehensible but also physically harmful.
A general election set for November could cap off five years of historic reform for Burma, but has disastrous flooding drowned Burma’s hopes for democracy?