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UN urges Cambodia to reconsider judge's transfer from genocide tribunal
Cambodia News Headlines
Thursday, 23 August 2007
The U.N. urged Cambodia to reconsider its decision to transfer a judge from the Khmer Rouge tribunal, saying the move could disrupt efforts to convene the long-awaited genocide trials, a spokesman said Wednesday.
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Burma junta ends 2nd democracy protest
Burma News Headlines
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
Burma's military junta brought a swift end to a second pro-democracy protest organised in the streets on Yangon earlier today.
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New Thai onstitution ready for royal endorsement
Thailand News Headlines
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
Having passed a national referendum, Thailand's new constitution will be submitted next Monday to the King for royal endorsement, after which the new charter will take effect, said the country's chief legislator.
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Ferry capsizes in Thailand, all safe
Thailand News Headlines
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
A ferry carrying 42 people capsized Tuesday near the resort isle of Phi Phi in southern Thailand, but rescuers saved everyone who was on board, local officials said.
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Pro-democracy activists march in Myanmar
Burma News Headlines
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
Hundreds of pro-democracy activists marched Wednesday to protest the government's fuel price hikes, witnesses said.
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Editors of Burma's leading media group interrogated
Burma News Headlines
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
Editors of Eleven Media, one of Burma's leading media group, were summoned by the Special Branch of the police in Rangoon for interrogations as of last night, sources in Rangoon said.
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Angkor under ?serious? threat from development
Cambodia News Headlines
Monday, 20 August 2007
Uncontrolled development around Cambodia’s Angkor temples poses a serious threat to one of the region’s great wonders, said the archaeologists who this week revealed the full extent of the site.
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Thais approve new army-drafted charter
Thailand News Headlines
Sunday, 19 August 2007
Thailand's voters approved a new army-drafted constitution on Sunday, paving the way to elections in December, but a large number of "No" votes suggested ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra remains a political force.
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Commotion after sudden fuel price hike in Burma
Burma News Headlines
Saturday, 18 August 2007
A sudden increase in fuel prices in Burma on Tuesday night has thrown the transport sector in Rangoon into disarray. Commuters are bearing the brunt of the inconvenience caused, given that fares have skyrocketed.
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Thailand readies for constitutional referendum
Thailand News Headlines
Saturday, 18 August 2007
The Thai government faces a test of credibility when it holds a referendum Sunday on a new constitution. As Ron Corben reports, the government has urged people to approve the draft, while its opponents have campaigned against it.
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