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Colleague of Irish teacher beaten to death wanted by authorities
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Brit teacher suspected of killing colleague in Burma 'flees co...

A British teacher being sought by Burmese police over the death of his colleague is thought to have fled the country. Harris Binotti, 25, was named by Burmese police as a suspect over the demise of his colleague Gary Ferguson, aged 47. The body of ..., 3 weeks ago

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The Forgotten Battle

THE JOINT BATTLES of Imphal and Kohima fought on the Burma border have been named by the British National Army Museum as Britain’s greatest battle and are seen as one of the four turning point battles in World War II. Kohima is well remembered, in part ...
 Open Magazine3 weeks ago
Free Malaysia Today

The Observer view on corruption, repression and violence threatening fragile democracies

The populations of Malaysia, Thailand and Burma are increasingly suffering under their leaders Malaysia, Thailand and Burma are all suffering a backwards slide from the basic standards expected of modern-day representative democracies. While the ...
 The Guardian6 days ago Malaysian democracy sliding backwards, says editorial  Free Malaysia Today4 days ago

Edited Transcript of ABF.L earnings conference call or presentation 8-Nov-16 8:45am GMT

Full Year 2016 Associated British Foods PLC Earnings Presentation London Nov 8, 2016 (Thomson StreetEvents) -- Edited Transcript of Associated British Foods PLC earnings conference call or presentation Tuesday, November 8, 2016 at 8:45:00am GMT ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago Associated British Foods' (ASBFY) CEO George Weston on Q4 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  Seeking Alpha3 weeks ago

Glittering splendor

The political landscape of Burma — arguably now more widely known by its new name, Myanmar — has been increasingly prettified since the National League for Democracy took power as the governing party last year, and earlier this month it ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Southeast Asia's final frontier: 5 ways to see Burma  MSN Philippines1 month ago

When Uganda fought alongside the British during World War II

At the start of World War II in 1939, Uganda had only one battalion. At the time the armed forces were referred to as the King's African Rifles (KAR). During colonial days, all armed forces in the East African region, which stretched as far as ...
 Uganda Daily Monitor2 weeks ago Today in History; Change the path of war  IranNewsDaily5 days ago World War II solders from Mumbai recall their brush with history  Mid Day2 weeks ago A sudden and dangerous World War II encounter with a primitive Burmese tribe  Washington Post1 month ago

Remembering Britain's other war veterans

Millions of Poles, Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus, and others fought against fascism in British army uniforms. Jan Bienkov's journey to becoming a navigator in the British Royal Air Force's 305 Squadron during World War II reads like a Hollywood ...
 Al Jazeera2 weeks ago

Spitfire replica gifted to Lesotho as WWII tribute

The Spitfire. Iconic fighting machine. We know what it symbolises. British defiance against Nazi Germany. Survival against the odds. So much owed by so many to so few. Well, there's another chapter to this well worn war-time tale. A story almost ...
 ITV.com3 weeks ago Spitfire replica given to people of Lesotho as thank you gift  STV.tv3 weeks ago

A remembrance ceremony at the Garden of Remembrance in England

None Earnest Watkins, 96, who served in Burma during World War 2, looks at crosses dedicated to the fallen during an Royal British Legion opening ceremony for the garden of remembrance at the Royal Wootton Bassett Lydiard Park Field of Remembrance ...
 USA Today3 weeks ago

Dyson wants to clean, cool and purify Indian homes

Smog-hit India has yet another purification product to look forward to. British billionaire inventor Sir James Dyson, known as the Steve Jobs of domestic appliances, plans to launch his disruptive bladeless fan that cools and purifies in the country ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago
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