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Burma protesters refuse to go away
Burma News Headlines
Saturday, 01 September 2007
Linking arms for mutual support, grim in the face of plainclothes paramilitary gangs, small groups of protesters in Burma have staged street demonstrations for nearly two weeks in the most sustained defiance of the junta in a decade.
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UK paedophile on the run in Cambodia
Cambodia News Headlines
Saturday, 01 September 2007
A Paedophile who is on the run from police in Derby, UK, remains at large abroad because British authorities have no powers to extradite him.
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Burma goes from bad to worse
Burma News Headlines
Thursday, 30 August 2007
Burma's military government is good at two things: cracking down on peaceful demonstrators, and coolly ignoring any international criticism that might follow.
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Sokha Helicopter Airline opens in Cambodia
Cambodia News Headlines
Thursday, 30 August 2007
New Cambodian helicopter airline Sokha has begun daily helicopter services for the wealthy between several destinations in Cambodia, local media said on Thursday.
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Oliver Stone re-enlists for Vietnam duty with My Lai film
Vietnam News Headlines
Wednesday, 29 August 2007
The rest of Hollywood might be training their camera lenses on the war in Iraq, but veteran director Oliver Stone is preparing to re-enlist for Vietnam, it was reported Tuesday.
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Gary Glitter could leave Vietnam jail within days
Vietnam News Headlines
Wednesday, 29 August 2007
The lawyer for disgraced former rock star Gary Glitter said he was "hopeful" that his client would be released from jail in Vietnam after serving just half of his three-year sentence for child abuse next month.
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Fresh fuel protests held in Burma
Burma News Headlines
Wednesday, 29 August 2007
Further protests have been held in Burma over fuel price rises, despite the arrest of more than 60 activists by the military since last week.
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Child mortality from dengue fever on the rise in Cambodia
Cambodia News Headlines
Wednesday, 29 August 2007
The death toll from an epidemic of dengue fever in Cambodia reached 365 with the monsoon season still in full swing, sparking fears it could yet top 400, authorities said Tuesday.
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Jollibee to open 5 more outlets in Vietnam
Vietnam News Headlines
Wednesday, 29 August 2007
Jollibee Foods Corp., the Philippines biggest fast-food chain, is expanding its stores in Vietnam to nine by the end of this year as it remains very upbeat in that country’s economic prospects.
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U.N. chided on response to Burma unrest
Burma News Headlines
Tuesday, 28 August 2007
While several more protesters were arrested by Burma's ruling junta yesterday, adding to the more than 100 already held and allegedly tortured since last week, and new alarms have been raised about heightened levels of unrest and human rights abuses in the country, both the U.N. Security Council and Secretary-General Ban have largely stayed on the sidelines, issuing no more than mild statements.
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