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The deaths of people in ethnic clashes in Burma’s Rakhine state are a tragic loss of life and must be dealth with immediately, human rights groups say.
The World Council of Churches' decision-making body has expressed its support for the active participation of Christians in Burmese peacemaking.
Human rights campaigners in Northern Ireland have welcomed the announcement of details of the visit of Aung San Suu Kyi to Ireland next month.
Human rights campaigners have called for the immediate release of ethnic Chin political prisoners held by the military regime in Burma.
Burma's authorities must act immediately to end the ill-treatment of political prisoners in Yangon’s Insein Prison, says Amnesty International.
An international team of church representatives has heard direct appeals for support from Burma after a recent 'Living Letters' visit to the country.
Aung San Suu Kyi wants to see a peaceful revolution in Burma, but she and her supporters are trying to judge the situation carefully as they act for change.
Burma's attacks on freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and association compromise the country’s first elections in 20 years.
The Malaysian government should give refugees in the country the right to work, Amnesty International has said in revealing a litany of abuses suffered by refugees in Malaysia
Burma's ruling military dictatorship has "strongly rejected" a statement by the Association of Southeast Asian nations condemning the trial of imprisoned pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, while global outrage builds.
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