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metro
Heartbreaking photo of skinned elephant killed in grotesque new tradehorrific trade is responsible for an escalating number of skinned carcasses bei
Heartbreaking photo of skinned elephant killed in grotesque new trade
metro / Posted yesterday
horrific trade is responsible for an escalating number of skinned carcasses being found in the jungles. Despite the Burmese government recording only four cases in the past few months, unofficial sources believe at least 50 elephants have... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hideous sight of a butchered elephant exposes trade in animals' hidesin an escalating number of skinned elephant carcasses being discovered in the v
Hideous sight of a butchered elephant exposes trade in animals' hides
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
in an escalating number of skinned elephant carcasses being discovered in the vast jungles of the tropical country. The Burmese government says it knows of four cases in the past few months, but unofficial sources say at least 50 animals have... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The Burmese village where marauding elephants chase locals into the treesare still working in logging camps dragging cut logs, while others have been dr
The Burmese village where marauding elephants chase locals into the trees
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
are still working in logging camps dragging cut logs, while others have been drafted into squads to protect crops. The Burmese government is working with experts like the WWF on a longer-term solution, and conservationists are excited by the... Read more
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USA Today
Why I'm with her:ambassador to Burmabut that this would require tangible and meaningful progress. In the months and
Why I'm with her:ambassador to Burma
USA Today / Posted 11 days ago
but that this would require tangible and meaningful progress. In the months and years following, senior figures within the Burmese government would repeatedly convey to me in private that Clinton’s visit was a turning point for empowering reformers... Read more
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Roll Call
Corker Calls Aung San Suu Kyi 'Somewhat Arrogant' About Human Slaverywas encouraged by Suu Ky's comments on human rights. "The president made clear
Corker Calls Aung San Suu Kyi 'Somewhat Arrogant' About Human Slavery
Roll Call / Posted 12 days ago
was encouraged by Suu Ky's comments on human rights. "The president made clear in the meeting that it's important for the Burmese government to uphold the human rights of all religious groups inside of Burma. And we have seen since Aung San Suu... Read more
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DW
Obama ready to ease Myanmar sanctions after Suu Kyi meeting |President Barack Obama and Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. Both leaders stress
Obama ready to ease Myanmar sanctions after Suu Kyi meeting |
DW / Posted 12 days ago
President Barack Obama and Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. Both leaders stressed that this does not mean letting the Burmese government off the hook for corruption and human rights abuses. "The United States is now prepared to lift sanctions... Read more
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The Hill
US restores trade benefits to Myanmarwith the GSP eligibility criteria, especially the nation's recent record of lab
US restores trade benefits to Myanmar
The Hill / Posted 12 days ago
with the GSP eligibility criteria, especially the nation's recent record of labor reforms and strengthened worker protections. U.S. officials say they are working with the Burmese government and will continue to closely monitor the nation's progre... Read more
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Zero Hedge
False Flag Terror “Has Succeeded Consistently Against Audiences Around The World, For Millennia, To Compel War”of Saudi intelligence – Prince Bandar – recently admitted that the Saudi govern
False Flag Terror “Has Succeeded Consistently Against Audiences Around The World, For Millennia, To Compel War”
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
of Saudi intelligence – Prince Bandar – recently admitted that the Saudi government controls “Chechen” terrorists. (56) Burmese government officials admitted that Burma (renamed Myanmar) used false flag attacks against Muslim and Buddhist groups... Read more
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Boston Globe
For Myanmar’s Leader, More Power, but More Expectations, Toobeen in government by getting more licenses.” Phil Robertson, the deputy Asia
For Myanmar’s Leader, More Power, but More Expectations, Too
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
been in government by getting more licenses.” Phil Robertson, the deputy Asia director of Human Rights Watch, said: “The Burmese government doesn’t deserve a wide-scale lifting of sanctions. Its record on human rights has really been... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Kofi Annan: Special commission only to ease tensions in Burma, not probe abusesquoted in The Irrawaddy as explaining that the objective of the advisory commis
Kofi Annan: Special commission only to ease tensions in Burma, not probe abuses
Asian Correspondent / Posted 18 days ago
quoted in The Irrawaddy as explaining that the objective of the advisory commission is to provide recommendations for the Burmese government in line with international standards to facilitate a lasting solution to conflict in Arakan (Rakhine)... Read more
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