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· November, 2007

Stories about Myanmar (Burma) from November, 2007

Myanmar: Reliable News

Jotman writes “In Burma your only reliable sources of information are electronic.”

Myanmar: Rapper Arrested

Rapper arrested for displaying a religious tattoo at a concert and the crowd riots.

Thailand: Jotman Wins

Thailand based blogger Jotman has won the “Reporters Without Borders Award” in Deutsche Welle's Best of the Blogs (BOBs) competition.

Myanmar: Gems Auction

Myanmar is again holding the annual gem auctions. In light of the recent sanctions on Myanmar, Ko Htike asks if anyone knows where the money will go.

South East Asia: The Longest Bridges

Curious about the longest bridges in South East Asia.

Myanmar: Jotman Talks With an Opposition Strategist

Jotman has posted a video interview with a Burmese opposition strategist.

Myanmar: Burmese Safe House Visit

Jotman visits a Burmese safe house and discusses the recent events with Burmese dissidents.

Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi Agrees to Talk

May is happy that Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has agreed to talk to the Junta.

Myanmar: Gambhari's Failure

Eccentric Ghost wants the U.N. representative Gambhari to refuse meeting dummies set up by the Myanmar junta.

Myanmar: Thailand Sending Burmese Migrants Back

Magnoy's Samsara links to an articles from Burmese online dissident news sites to highlight the news that the Thai military is rounding up Burmese migrants in Thailand to send them...

Myanmar: Jotman's Reports From Myanmar

Thailand based blogger Jotman has brought some great videos and stories from inside Myanmar.

Myanmar: Internet Down Again

The Internet link to outside of Myanmar is down again.

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