Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the opposition National League for Democracy in Myanmar, has said that British universities can help reinvigorate her country's education system, which has been ravaged by years of military rule. In a video ... University World News, 1 week ago
Will Aung San Suu Kyi be president of Burma? - The Interpreter, 5 days ago
Suu Kyi asks UK to help universities - BBC, 1 week ago
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the EU lifted all sanctions on Burma except the arms embargo. This is a historic step, coming after the temporary suspension agreed a year ago, and Burma has seen dramatic reform in that time. Following the lifting of sanctions, the Foreign ...UK Trade & Investment, 2 weeks ago Myanmar political prisoners freed after European Union lifts sanctions UPI, 4 weeks ago EU Lifts Sanctions Against Burma This Day Online, 4 weeks ago Dropping sanctions and ignoring human rights abuses DVB, 4 weeks ago
distributed by noodls on 04/09/2013 19:07 Print Print Sharing and Personal Tools Please select the service you want to use: Public link Please use the above public link if you want to share this noodl on another website Click here to read the ...Noodls, 1 month ago Foreign Secretary welcomes U Aung Min of Burma Noodls, 1 month ago British veteran thanks ROC army for rescue in WWII battle Taiwan News Online, 1 month ago UK veteran thanks ROC army for WWII rescue China Post, 1 month ago
PoliticsHome | Only the latest five entries on the PhiWire are visiblePoliticsHome, 6 days ago News story: Support for Burma's displaced and vulnerable people Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 6 days ago
Posted 01:56 PM ET Peers, in the middle with shorts, makes a point to his jungle-infiltrating troops during the Allies' Pacific thrust. View Enlarged Image Winston Churchill called Burma "the most forbidding country imaginable. ... One could not ...Investors Business Daily, 1 day ago
There was more to the Victorians than public-school floggings, big whiskers and a canting disapproval of sex, says The Times of London. During the 80 years or so following Queen Victoria's accession, British national confidence was at an all-time ...Globe and Mail, 2 days ago
British companies setting up shops in Asian countries like India, China and Bangladesh will soon be bound by a new government policy to uphold safety and human rights of its workers, reports Times of India. The Business and Human Rights policy is ...New Age Bangladesh, 3 days ago
A 16-year-old Muslim boy lay dying on a thin metal table. Bitten by a rabid dog a month ago, he convulsed and drooled as his parents wedged a stick between his teeth to stop him from biting off his tongue. Swift treatment might have saved Waadulae.Siasat Daily, 4 days ago
British journalist Rupert Shortt documents and examines the persecution of Christians around the world a problem of which many Westerners are unaware. In the introduction to his focused yet far-ranging : A Faith Under Attack, Rupert Shortt points ...Christian Science Monitor, 5 days ago
Benedict Rogers: Awards for War? Why Are We Giving Prizes to Burma's Thein Sein and Indonesia's SBY?
Intelligent people can be staggeringly unintelligent at times. In recent weeks, two respectable international organisations working in the fields of conflict resolution, human rights and interfaith dialogue have awarded prizes to the leaders to two ...Huffington Post UK, 5 days ago
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