The European Union (EU) on Friday signed an agreement with Burma to conduct a full Election Observation Mission during the general election in November.
Thai Prime Minister urges registered fishing boats in his country to resume operations, but thousands of Burmese fishermen remain stuck onshore.
The European Union (EU) ambassador to Burma, Roland Kobia, told journalists in Rangoon on Thursday that the EU regretted the events in which riot police cracked down violently on students’…
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International observers will be invited to the general election in Burma, while the Election Commission says advance voting can also be monitored.
International rights groups condemn the violent attacks on protestors, and denounce the police for drafting in pro-government thugs to assist them.