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Two explosions in a busy shopping area of Sweden’s capital Stockholm are being investigated as a terrorist attack, officials say.
At least three people are killed and dozens injured as Bangladeshi police clash with garment workers demonstrating for better pay.
Kosovo holds its first parliamentary poll since declaring independence, with most local Serbs due to boycott the vote.
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… Burma. He said about 300 North Koreans were working at the site, although the US cable noted this was improbably high, The Guardian newspaper in Britain …
|By WAI MOE|
|Diplomatic cables from the US embassy in Rangoon show concern over alleged nuclear-related activities in Burma and growing wariness of the country’s ties with Pyongyang.|
|By BA KAUNG|
|A leaked US diplomatic cable expressed dissatisfaction with Ibrahim Gambari’s performance as the UN envoy to Burma and urged efforts to have him removed from the post.|
|By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS|
|With a large portrait of a smiling Liu Xiaobo hanging front and center, the chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee crossed the dais and gently placed the peace prize diploma and medal on an empty chair.|
|By THE IRRAWADDY|
|US diplomatic cables published by Wikileaks show that Beijing is “fed up” with Burma’s ruling regime, but remains doubtful about the country’s democratic prospects.|
|By SAI ZOM HSENG|
|Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi meets with a senior US official to discuss sanctions and the new US policy of engagement with the ruling regime.|
|By BA KAUNG|
|A US diplomatic cable published by Wikileaks gives a scathing assessment of the senior leadership of Burma’s main opposition party, the National League for Democracy.|
|By ALEX KENNEDY|
|Asian stock markets mostly fall amid caution over possible interest rate hikes in China.|
Former head of US embassy in Rangoon said in a 2008 cable that sanctions were not comprehensive, and suggested lifting visa ban on generals
Former head of US embassy in Rangoon takes a parting shot at elder members of the National League for Democracy
Leaked cables reveal growing fears that North Korea is aiding Burma in the development of a nuclear weapons programme.
National League for Democracy members met relatives of political prisoners at party …
The Chin National Front, an armed ethnic group, has conducted a worldwide census of Chin …
On the heels of the largest influx of Burmese refugees to Thailand in a decade, assistance organisations …
A secret cable from American diplomats in Burma reveals Australian ambassador to …
Burma’s state-owned enterprises incurred massive losses in at least five successive years, according …