BURMA RELATED NEWS – December 01-03, 2012.
Reuters – Myanmar govt asks Suu Kyi to investigate mine dispute
Reuters – Calls grow for probe into police violence at Myanmar mine
Reuters – Calls grow for probe into police violence at Myanmar mine
Reuters – Blind China dissident urges Xi follow Myanmar path to reform
AP – Analysis: Myanmar’s Suu Kyi shows pragmatism
IANS – Vietnam mobile company forays into Myanmar
The Nation – Seeking opportunity in Myanmar
The Nation – High level Myanmar ministers to meet Singapore Cabinet
The Nation – UNODC Executive Director meets Aung San Suu Kyi
Bangkok Post – Myanmar’s investment law: temper applause with caution
Bangkok Post – BoI could sweeten Dawei with privileges
BruDirect.com – Myanmar President Arriving Today On 3-Day State Visit
The Manila Times – Myanmar cooperatives optimistic on growth
Bernama – Myanmar To Gain Expertise, Experience During Ministerial Delegation Visit To Singapore
Bernama – Aussie Church To Build Two Houses For Poor Children In Mandalay
Channel NewsAsia – Myanmar police ‘apologise’ for violent raid on mine rally
Adelaide Now – Port Life church raises $114k for Myanmar children
The Irish Independent – Burma: The land of new beginnings
The Independent – Lives still in limbo for Burma’s forgotten cyclone victims
Jakarta Globe- Asean: Myanmar Needs Urgent Humanitarian Aid
The Irrawaddy – Monks Suffer with Dignity but Shall Not Forgive
The Irrawaddy – Hundreds Rally to End Domestic Violence
The Irrawaddy – 88 Gen Leaders Refuse Copper Mine Probe Post
Mizzima News – Saffron Revolution’s leading monk rearrested
Mizzima News – President announces 30-member Monywa investigation committee
Mizzima News – China remains committed to Monywa project
DVB News – Ministry encourages citizens to ‘complain’ about bribery
DVB News – Two activists arrested at mine rally in Rangoon
BURMA RELATED NEWS – December 04-05, 2012.
AP – Myanmar mine protesters denied bail
AP – Myanmar graffiti artists unhappy with new ban
AFP – Ex-leader of Myanmar monk rallies arrested
Reuters – Mining hopefuls face long haul in Myanmar despite new laws
Reuters AlertNet – Myanmar still near bottom of corruption rankings in 2012 despite reforms
Aljazeera – Progress stops at the Myanmar elite’s door
The Edge Malaysia – Myanmar — a nation rises
The Borneo Post – Brunei in talks with Myanmar on concessions
Bangkok Post – Myanmar cement firms prepare for building boom
Bangkok Post – TSL plans Myanmar foray
PR Newswire – Frost & Sullivan: Future is Bright for Myanmar
The Nation – Experts urge changes to Myanmar telecom bill
UN News Centre – Top UN relief official calls on Myanmar’s leaders to support humanitarian efforts
UNHCR – Struggling to make sense of communal unrest in western Myanmar
Channel News Asia – S’pore, Myanmar affirm warm relations
CRIENGLISH.com – Japanese Conglomerate Eyes Myanmar Investment
Global Times – Myanmar’s state-owned newspapers start publication in color
The Chosun Ilbo – Celebrity Couple Support School in Burma
Imphal Free Press – Indo Myanmar committee meeting held
The Irrawaddy – Six Mine Protesters Charged With Incitement
The Irrawaddy – Rangoon ‘Worst Quality of Life’ in Southeast Asia
The Irrawaddy – Coal, Rivers, Gas and Hot Rocks
Mizzima News – Japanese corporation looks to invest big in Burma
Mizzima News – Monywa crackdown due to a lack of rule of law, says local MP
Mizzima News – Suu Kyi chairs first Monywa Inquiry meeting
DVB News – Authorities lock up protestors for filming demonstration
DVB News – Burma slams gold miners for protesting without permit
DVB News – Convoy shooting spree leaves 1 dead, 3 injured in Kachin state

BURMA RELATED NEWS – December 06-10, 2012.
Reuters – Myanmar government apologizes to monks over mine protest injuries
AP – UN official calls for help for Myanmar’s displaced
Deutsche Welle – Myanmar activists protest jailing of ex-monk
The Nation – Thai investors eye 16 Myanmar industries
The Nation – Info sought on missing property of Thais detained in Myanmar
Bangkok Post – Dawei deal signing delayed
Global Times – Myanmar human rights commission vows to enhance public awareness
E-Pao.net – India building roads, bridges in Myanmar
TechEye – Intel moves into Burma
The Irrawaddy – FEATURE: A Brief Encounter with Former Spy Chief Khin Nyunt
The Irrawaddy – Monks Stage Protest in Rangoon
The Irrawaddy – Suu Kyi Addresses Thousands at Her Ancestral Home
Mizzima News – Suvarnabhumi—“Gateway to Burma”—offers ASEAN lanes
Mizzima News – Aung Min extols govt reforms on Human Rights Day
Mizzima News – Citizens of 22 more countries to get visas on arrival
DVB News – Chin rebels strike deal with gov’t during peace talks
DVB News – State mouthpiece preemptively blasts Al Jazeera documentary
BURMA RELATED NEWS – December 11-12, 2012.

Dec 14th, 2012

Reuters – Myanmar monks protest over mine violence, security tight
Reuters – MUFG to pay $8.6 million in U.S. sanctions case
AP – Myanmar monks protest to demand crackdown apology
AFP – Exile media crafting new role from inside Myanmar
Asian Tribune – Burma remains the major source of drugs in the region, UNODC says
Forbes – Visa Touts Plastic, Mobile Payments In Cash-Only Myanmar
IANS – Salman Khurshid to visit Myanmar in first bilateral trip
IANS – Apollo launches telemedicine service in Myanmar
IANS – No fencing along India-Myanmar border
IANS – 17,324 kg of drugs seized on Indian borders
UPI – ICRC to visit Myanmar’s prisoners
The Malaysian Insider – ICRC ready to resume detention visits to Myanmar – International Committee of the Red Cross
Business Wire – GE Aeroderivative Gas Turbines Tapped for Independent Power Project in Myanmar
Fox News – Myanmar court grants bail to Yangon demonstrators against copper mine
The Nation – PM, ministers to visit Myanmar on Monday
Bangkok Post – Probe into Myanmar use of Swedish weapons
Bangkok Post – 20 Thai companies to explore Myanmar
Global Times – Myanmar, Thai businessmen to hold business matching in Yangon
Ballarat Courier – ?Singapore turns away rescued boat people
The Next Web – Japan’s KDDI to open an office in Myanmar, marking its 100th site overseas
The Irrawaddy – Govt Uses Swedish Weapons Against KIA
The Irrawaddy – Thousands Join Peaceful Nationwide Monks Protest
The Irrawaddy – Websites Sell Burmese Brides to Chinese Bachelors
Mizzima News – Swedes launch inquiry into weapons allegations
Mizzima News – HSBC facilitated prohibited transactions with Burmese junta, says US govt
Mizzima News – Western Union agrees transfers through Burma’s CB Bank
DVB News – Filmmaker slams party chief’s accusations of fabrications
DVB News – Indian officials accused of providing Burma with embargoed weapons
BURMA RELATED NEWS – December 13-17, 2012.

Dec 18th, 2012

AP – Half century of neglect leaves Myanmar’s health system broken; reforms bring glimmer of hope
AP – Jason Mraz headlines groundbreaking concert in Myanmar against human trafficking
AP – Myanmar gov’t apologizes for crackdown violence
The Edge Malaysia – Myanmar courts wary investors on port project
UPI – India wants Myanmar defense cooperation
Asia News Network – Thailand, Myanmar seek Japan for sea port project
IANS – India, Myanmar discuss military ties
IANS – Myanmar president calls for cessation of armed conflicts
Bernama – Yingluck Visits Dawei In Myanmar
Channel NewsAsia – Myanmar hosts first international concert in decades
The Japan Times – Meidensha ties with Myanmar firm
PRNewswire – Aung San Suu Kyi to be Honored with 2012 Ion Ratiu Democracy Award
Relief Web – UNFPA and Ministry of Immigration and Population Launch 2014 Population and Housing Census Project
Digital Spy – BBC to air ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Graham Norton Show’, ‘Teletubbies’ in Burma
EurekAlert! – Univ. of MD School of Medicine to study drug-resistant malaria in Myanmar
The Irrawaddy – Thein Sein Travels to Dawei for Talks with Thai PM
The Irrawaddy – Burma Army Reportedly Suffers Mass Casualties in Kachin State
The Irrawaddy – Why Chinese Authorities Aren’t Worried About Burma
Mizzima News – Indian bank opens representative office in Burma
Mizzima News – Rangoon prepares to take the high road
Mizzima News – About 20 children trafficked per month across Thai-Burmese border
DVB News – Activists call for ‘unconditional release’ of copper mine protesters
DVB News – Burmese officials make new mine protest arrests
DVB News – No progress without engagement on Burma’s nuclear front


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