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BURMA RELATED NEWS NOVEMBER 01, 2012.
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Reuters – World Bank earmarks $245 mln for Myanmar, outlines work plan
AP – World Bank approves new aid for Myanmar, prepares to resume lending
AP – Myanmar says it has evidence communal violence was organized by groups and individuals
AFP – Myanmar MPs approve business-friendly investment law
AFP – Myanmar’s neighbours urged to let in refugees
AFP – Myanmar unrest could develop into ‘terrorism’: govt
Business Insider – The Spike In Myanmar’s Opium Production Could Destabilize All Of Asia
IANS – Myanmar to build airport
Boston Globe – Civilians in western Myanmar told to turn in arms
UPI – Myanmar’s refugee crisis growing
Bernama – Myanmar’s Changes Prompt International Air Links Boom
Bernama – Myanmar Deliberates On Legitimising Permanent Residence For Foreign Investors
Bloomberg News – Silk Road Plans Investments for Myanmar Fund
Global Times – Myanmar hunts for manipulators behind Rakhine riot
Asia News Network – Asean must take a stand on Myanmar ethnic violence
Telegraph.co.uk – Burma considers citizenship for Rohingya Muslims
The Irrawaddy – Violence Taking Major Toll on Arakan Economy
The Irrawaddy – Thousand Interrogated for Arakan Strife Role
The Irrawaddy – Sir Cliff Enjoys Burmese ‘Summer Holiday’
Mizzima News – Abuses, land grabs ongoing in Burma, says NGO
Mizzima News – Gov’t, KIO agree to political dialogue
Mizzima News – Intermediate education: a way to create a young workforce in Burma
DVB News – MP’s associate accuses party chair of defamation during hearing
DVB News – Former Thai prime minister to visit Burma next week
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