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UPHILL CHALLENGES
Once the euphoria over apparent victory in elections subsides, NLD will face a variety of hurdles and complications in....
WON'T SIT ON THE WALL
I don’t like to be called an icon, because icons do nothing except sit on the wall. And I have had to work very hard...
WHY BURMA STILL NEEDS HER
She possesses the combination of integrity, historical sense, and wisdom which are valuable assets that should not be wasted...
VOTE FOR VETO
Myanmar's parliament voted to keep the military's veto power remains intact and Suu Kyi cannot become president....
DASSK FOR PRESIDENCY?
While Western nations are aware of history, it is more likely that they would prefer for the next government to be...
SECRET WEAPON
I gained control of my thoughts. It heightens your awareness. You become aware of the pros and cons of each act...
FOUR LIVES OF DASSK
Like Nelson Mandela emerging prison, Czech dissident Václav Havel catapulted Prague Castle, 67yr old Lady now..
FINALLY AFTER 21 YEARS
You have dedicated your life to the struggle for democracy in your country, and you are...
HEADING TO BETTER FUTURE?
We are at the start of a journey towards, I hope, a better future. So many hills remain to be climbed, chasms to be bridged...
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Radio News in Native Languages
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Ready for the power? - euronews
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Welcome!
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Begin New Era - The Telegraph
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Articles
Myanmar's new crop of parliamentarians - taking their seats yesterday to forge laws and afford checks and balances to administrative ...
A Myanmar military offensive against ethnic rebels in the country's east has uprooted more than 10,000 people, rights groups said, ...
For several years now, the emails have shown up within hours — sometimes within minutes — after NPR posts or ...
The democracy leader and outgoing speaker of parliament agree to work together to transfer power

Opposition leader Aung San Suu ...
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Some paintings by DASSK - RFA
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On tonight’s bulletin:



  • Military says constitutional change unlikely

  • Journalists complain of strict new rules for parliament

  • Train hits car, injuring two tourists
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Burma’s parliament will begin its election of the new president on 17 March, cutting very close to the 1 ...

On tonight’s bulletin:



  • Date confirmed for presidential vote

  • State, regional speakers picked

  • Shan State Day celebrated in rebel territory

  • Chinese New Year parade lights up Rangoon
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As Aung San Suu Kyi’s lawmakers smiled for the cameras at the first sessions of Burma’s parliament, a summit of ...

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Thank you for your support - AFF
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Election and more Viewpoint - FCCT