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AllAfrica.com
Election Boss Reads Riot Act to President and Opposition Leaderthe camel's back, she told the BBC in an interview, was when she received threa
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
the camel's back, she told the BBC in an interview, was when she received threats on her life. "I have never felt the kind of fear I felt in my own country. If you get such messages and you have seen your own staff get that and be murdered,... Read more
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DW
Haiti, the UN and the unintended effects of a peace mission |the victims want to be compensated individually, which Lemay-Hebert considers u
DW / Posted 6 days ago
the victims want to be compensated individually, which Lemay-Hebert considers unlikely. Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon visited Haiti in 2016. The choleria epidemic that swept the island originated in a peacekeeping camp. Patchy... Read more
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Ekklesia
Nobel Peace Laureate condemns President Trump's Iran decisionan explicit norm, based on international humanitarian law, that nuclear weapons
Ekklesia / Posted 8 days ago
an explicit norm, based on international humanitarian law, that nuclear weapons are an illegitimate means for seeking security, regardless of who possesses them. It recognizes that there are no ‘good’ and ‘bad’ nuclear weapons; in the... Read more
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asianage
UN chief to work with Trump administration despite UNESCO pulloutthe secretary-general, as you have seen, works well with the government of the
asianage / Posted 9 days ago
the secretary-general, as you have seen, works well with the government of the US," said Haq. Guterres, who succeeded Ban Ki-moon in January, has worked hard behind the scenes to establish good relations with the US administration despite US... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
UN chief will work with US despite UNESCO pulloutthe secretary-general, as you have seen, works well with the government of the
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
the secretary-general, as you have seen, works well with the government of the US," said Haq. Guterres, who succeeded Ban Ki-moon in January, has worked hard behind the scenes to establish good relations with the US administration despite US... Read more
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dna
Macron to visit India in Decemeber to participate in International Solar Alliance Summitbetween December 8 and 10. During the summit, the International Solar Alliance
dna / Posted 9 days ago
between December 8 and 10. During the summit, the International Solar Alliance, an India-led initiate which has the backing of around 121 solar- rich countries to tackle energy issues, will come into effect with the adoption of a legal... Read more
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The Economic Times
French President Emmanuel Macron to visit India in Dec to launch solar alliancePM Modi for bringing sunshine countries on a common platform for promoting a vi
The Economic Times / Posted 9 days ago
PM Modi for bringing sunshine countries on a common platform for promoting a vibrant market for solar power. It has the backing of around 121 countries rich in solar radiation to tackle energy issues and was launched in 2015 by PM Modi and then... Read more
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Mashable
Why global partnerships are the foundation for a sustainable future (Paid content by UBS)or organization on its own, not even the UN," she said. "Back when the UN SDGs
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
or organization on its own, not even the UN," she said. "Back when the UN SDGs were launched, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon called on the private sector to help raise the estimated $5-7 trillion annually needed to achieve the goals by 2030.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria's Poor Implementation of Health PledgesTime and time again, the Nigerian Government has shown that it is good at makin
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
Time and time again, the Nigerian Government has shown that it is good at making commitments at global forums on behalf of the country but ends up not implementing them. Martins Ifijeh examines some of such pledges tied to the health sector that... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
We Don't Need Foreign Poll Experts - Minister Mzembibeing elected in 2013, the first body to congratulate us was the United Nations
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
being elected in 2013, the first body to congratulate us was the United Nations through the then secretary general Mr Ban Ki Moon and it happened during the UNWTO conference and all other countries in attendance congratulated Zimbabwe, we hope... Read more
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express
Duchess of Cambridge's voice coach dies aged 48 following short illnessto "work a room", and helping Samantha Cameron flatten out her cut-glass accent
express / Posted 12 days ago
to "work a room", and helping Samantha Cameron flatten out her cut-glass accent. Mr Cameron said: “He was one of the most kind-hearted and decent people I ever had the privilege of meeting. And he was passionate about his politics — wanting... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
One story for Trump, another for home: Thailand's junta backflips over elections … againthe sidelines of a speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the Prime Min
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
the sidelines of a speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the Prime Minister assured then-UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon that the junta was committed to the democratic roadmap and would hold elections in 2017. In January 2016, the... Read more
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New Kerala
Naxals recruiting Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand kids: newkerala news #278335forces in that region for several weeks. In last year's report covering 2015 v
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
forces in that region for several weeks. In last year's report covering 2015 violence, former Secretary General Ban Ki-moon reported that Naxalites in six states, namely Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Odisha and West Bengal... Read more
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The Hindu
Naxals use children to fight in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand: UNthe previous year. Some of them are aged just 6 In the report for 2015 releas
The Hindu / Posted 15 days ago
the previous year. Some of them are aged just 6 In the report for 2015 released last year, the then Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had said the Naxalites were using children as young as six in Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Odisha and... Read more
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CBS News
U.N. places Saudi-led military coalition on "blacklist"also said that the coalition had taken steps to improve their actions in the on
CBS News / Posted 15 days ago
also said that the coalition had taken steps to improve their actions in the ongoing war, in which 10,000 people have been killed. Famine and cholera have also plagued Yemen in which the Houthi rebels and several other groups have fought the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
$2 million bribe scheme to steer Olympics to Brazil — and away from ChicagoChicago's bid was an expensive but privately funded endeavor. Nearly $76 millio
Chicago Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
Chicago's bid was an expensive but privately funded endeavor. Nearly $76 million was raised from donors, who also kicked in $16 million worth of goods and services. But it left a pricey legacy for taxpayers. Last year, the Tribune... Read more
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The Middletown Press
IOC suspends Olympic official Nuzman in vote-buying caseethics commission studies the case. Suspending Nuzman and removing him from To
The Middletown Press / Posted 15 days ago
ethics commission studies the case. Suspending Nuzman and removing him from Tokyo work was recommended on Thursday by Ban Ki-Moon, the former United Nations secretary general who the IOC announced last month would chair its panel scrutinizing... Read more
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Aljazeera
Philippines' top diplomat defends Duterte's drug warThe Philippines' top diplomat defended President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly war o
Aljazeera / Posted 15 days ago
The Philippines' top diplomat defended President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly war on drugs, saying all those who were killed during police operations were criminal drug dealers, despite evidence to the contrary. In an exclusive interview with Al... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
UN chief: Over 8 000 children killed, hurt in conflicts- Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday it's unacceptable and app
News 24 South Africa / Posted 15 days ago
- Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday it's unacceptable and appalling that more than 8 000 children were killed and injured in conflicts last year from Syria and Yemen to Congo and Afghanistan and urged combatants to do more to... Read more
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Irish Examiner
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief's arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
Irish Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed 'King Arthur', and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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Perth Now
8000 kids killed or injured in conflictsMore than 8000 children were killed or injured in armed conflicts throughout th
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
More than 8000 children were killed or injured in armed conflicts throughout the world in the last year, according to a UN report. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres described the number as "unacceptable". In Afghanistan, 3512 children were... Read more
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Adelaide Now
8000 kids killed or injured in conflictsMore than 8000 children were killed or injured in armed conflicts throughout th
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
More than 8000 children were killed or injured in armed conflicts throughout the world in the last year, according to a UN report. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres described the number as "unacceptable". In Afghanistan, 3512 children were... Read more
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DW
War in Yemen: UN blacklists Saudi-led coalition for killing children |The United Nations said 683 children were killed or injured in Saudi-led attack
DW / Posted 16 days ago
The United Nations said 683 children were killed or injured in Saudi-led attacks on that struck several schools and hospitals in the Yemen war last year. The coalition had also been briefly added to the list of shame in 2016 but was temporarily... Read more
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Herald Sun
8000 kids killed or injured in conflictsMore than 8000 children were killed or injured in armed conflicts throughout th
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
More than 8000 children were killed or injured in armed conflicts throughout the world in the last year, according to a UN report. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres described the number as "unacceptable". In Afghanistan, 3512 children were... Read more
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Weekly Times
8000 kids killed or injured in conflictsMore than 8000 children were killed or injured in armed conflicts throughout th
Weekly Times / Posted 16 days ago
More than 8000 children were killed or injured in armed conflicts throughout the world in the last year, according to a UN report. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres described the number as "unacceptable". In Afghanistan, 3512 children were... Read more
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Reuters
U.N. blacklists Saudi-led coalition for killing children in YemenUNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations blacklisted a Saudi Arabia-led mi
Reuters / Posted 16 days ago
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations blacklisted a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition on Thursday for killing and injuring 683 children in Yemen and attacking dozens of schools and hospitals in 2016, even as it said the coalition had taken... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
UN blacklists Saudi-led coalition for killing children in YemenUNITED NATIONS: The United Nations blacklisted a Saudi Arabia-led military coal
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 days ago
UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations blacklisted a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition on Thursday for killing and injuring 683 children in Yemen and attacking dozens of schools and hospitals during 2016, but noted the coalition had taken action to... Read more
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Aljazeera
UN peacekeepers leave Haiti: What will be their legacy?in the country's 2010 cholera outbreak and sex abuse scandals as evidence. The
Aljazeera / Posted 16 days ago
in the country's 2010 cholera outbreak and sex abuse scandals as evidence. The source of the waterborne disease, which killed more than 9,000 people, was traced to a UN base. Al Jazeera's Fault Lines investigated the outbreak in 2010. The film... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Brazil arrest Rio 2016 committee chairman on corruption chargesRio, a police source told AFP. ASSETS INCREASED 457% The arrests are the late
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 days ago
Rio, a police source told AFP. ASSETS INCREASED 457% The arrests are the latest in a widespread corruption scandal rocking Brazil that has ensnared many of the country's top political and business figures, and often has links to abroad. It is... Read more
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Oxford Mail
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief’s arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ‘King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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Gazette
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief’s arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ‘King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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guardian-series
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief’s arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
guardian-series / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ‘King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief’s arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ‘King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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Harrow Times
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief’s arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
Harrow Times / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ‘King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, Oct. 5, 2017by the late Robert Mapplethorpe. In 1999, two packed commuter trains collided
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
by the late Robert Mapplethorpe. In 1999, two packed commuter trains collided near London's Paddington Station, killing 31 people. In 2011, Apple founder Steve Jobs, 56, died in Palo Alto, California. Ten years ago: President George W.... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief’s arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ‘King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief’s arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ‘King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
IOC considers next steps after Rio chief’s arrestmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
EveningTimes Online / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ‘King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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Irish Examiner
President of Rio2016 games, Carlos Nuzman, could be suspended say IOCmedia, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
media, Nuzman is accused of being the link between Brazilian businessman Arthur Cesar de Menezes Soares Filho, nicknamed ’King Arthur’, and Diack for bribes to African IOC members ahead of the 2009 vote that awarded the Olympics and Paralympics to... Read more
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The Columbian
U.N. report slams Saudis for deaths of Yemeni childrenThe draft of a new and potentially incendiary United Nations report calls out t
The Columbian / Posted 17 days ago
The draft of a new and potentially incendiary United Nations report calls out the Saudi Arabia-led military coalition for killing and maiming hundreds of Yemeni children in their ongoing campaign against Houthi rebels. Due to be released Friday, the... Read more
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Boston Globe
This day in historyFlying Circus’’ made its debut on BBC 1. In 1974, the Irish Republican Army bo
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
Flying Circus’’ made its debut on BBC 1. In 1974, the Irish Republican Army bombed two pubs in Guildford, England, killing five and injuring dozens. (Four men who became known as the Guildford Four were convicted of the bombings but were... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
No commission on Yementhink it’s an incredible outcome,” Pronk added. Saudi Arabia had put similar p
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 17 days ago
think it’s an incredible outcome,” Pronk added. Saudi Arabia had put similar pressure on former UN secretary-general Ban-Ki Moon to remove its name from a “black list” issued by the Human Rights Council, naming countries accused of committing the... Read more
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Aljazeera
Will the UN blacklist Saudi-led coalition over Yemen?report. Though it had originally been placed on the 2016 report, it was later
Aljazeera / Posted 17 days ago
report. Though it had originally been placed on the 2016 report, it was later "temporarily" removed by then-UN chief Ban Ki-moon, who cited "unacceptable" pressure by the Gulf countries, including threats by Saudi Arabia to cut funding to the... Read more
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BBC News
The UN's peacekeeping nightmare in Africawill be to address critical failures in African peacekeeping operations. With
BBC News / Posted 17 days ago
will be to address critical failures in African peacekeeping operations. With this is mind, he will surely be asking himself whether the vast organisation he is now leading needs to chart a different course. The UN spends close to $8bn... Read more
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Reuters
Draft U.N. blacklist names Saudi coalition for killing children in Yemen- A confidential draft United Nations blacklist seen by Reuters on Tuesday name
Reuters / Posted 18 days ago
- A confidential draft United Nations blacklist seen by Reuters on Tuesday names a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition for killing and maiming children in Yemen, though it notes that the alliance has put in place measures to improve child... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize - 68th Session of the Executive Committee of the United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesSwitzerland I wish to preface my statement by recalling the words of the forme
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
Switzerland I wish to preface my statement by recalling the words of the former United Nations Secretary-General, Mr Ban Ki-moon when he said that 'Africa is the critical location of humanitarian work'. This statement of fact simply reaffirms... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
White House: Russian prestige on the line in Syriafor international inspectors to seize and destroy the deadly stockpile. On a d
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 19 days ago
for international inspectors to seize and destroy the deadly stockpile. On a different diplomatic front aimed at taking control of the stockpile away from the Assad government, the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council met... Read more
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ABC Radio Australia
India calls for a truce in Sri Lanka conflictpresident on Friday after demanding a truce in the closing chapter of a 25-year
ABC Radio Australia / Posted 20 days ago
president on Friday after demanding a truce in the closing chapter of a 25-year war, which United Nation’s data show has killed nearly 6,500 civilians in the last three months. Sri Lankan and Indian officials say Indian Foreign Secretary... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
UN meeting on Myanmar spotlights Security Council divisionsallow "unfettered access" for humanitarian aid, and ensure that all those who f
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 22 days ago
allow "unfettered access" for humanitarian aid, and ensure that all those who fled can return home. U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley, using Myanmar's former name of Burma, told council members: "We cannot be afraid to call the actions of the Burmese... Read more
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Daily Herald
UN meeting on Myanmar spotlights Security Council divisionsallow "unfettered access" for humanitarian aid, and ensure that all those who f
Daily Herald / Posted 23 days ago
allow "unfettered access" for humanitarian aid, and ensure that all those who fled can return home. U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley, using Myanmar's former name of Burma, told council members: "We cannot be afraid to call the actions of the Burmese... Read more
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