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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has repatriated 105 Burmese migrant workers, the first of some 364 nationals stranded in Indonesia.
In what may be construed as a case of ‘pot calling kettle black’, the NLD accuses its rivals of electioneering.
Hkun Htun Oo and the SNLD boycotted the flawed 2010 general elections, but on 8 November they will contest 156 seats in three States and Regions.
NLD leader says her party, if elected, will prioritise establishing a ‘solid’ ceasefire agreement – not one that ‘breaks down a day after’ it is signed.
Phuketwan editor Alan Morison and his colleague were pronounced ‘not guilty’ of defamation charges in Phuket. DVB speaks exclusively to him about the trial.