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BURMA RELATED NEWS – JUNE 05, 2013
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Reuters – Four dead as Myanmar violence spills into Malaysia – police
AP – News Summary: Forum draws powerful to Myanmar
AP – Prestigious forum draws decision-makers to Myanmar
AFP – Reforming Myanmar courts investors at ‘Asia’s Davos’
AFP – Three Rohingya die in clash with Myanmar security forces
PR Newswire – ManpowerGroup Leads World of Work Discussions at World Economic Forum on East Asia 2013
Business Insider – Ethnic Violence Isn’t Stopping Legendary Investors From Betting On Myanmar
Christian Science Monitor – How Madeline Albright discovered she was on Myanmar’s blacklist
UPI – Myanmar on notice for WEF conference
The Nation – – Myanmar capital abuzz with international meet
The Nation – To secure its future, Mynamar must learn from its past
New Kerala – Myanmar, Cambodia to work on smart visa
Aljazeera – Malaysia detains Myanmar migrants over deaths
Deutsche Welle – Myanmar: Banknotes in boxes and power outages
ITP Net – Soros fund to rival Qatar for Myanmar licence
The Irrawaddy – Mandalay Parents Pull Children from School amid Rumors of Religious Violence
The Irrawaddy – Prepaid Payment System to Install on Circular Trains
The Irrawaddy – Digicel Lays on the Charm Offensive in Burma
Mizzima News – Light at the end of the tunnel for Yangon
Mizzima News – Myanmar signs up for smart visa tourism
Mizzima News – Myanmar gets competitive edge
DVB News – Fearing repatriation, Mae La refugees shun profiling survey
DVB News – With five hours of power, industrial zones continue to struggle
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BURMA RELATED NEWS – JUNE 01-03, 2013
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AFP – Myanmar news editor wins media freedom award
AFP – Myanmar web users looking online for freedom
AFP – Myanmar leader vows to curb poverty
AP – How a Myanmar tycoon is profiting from change
Asia News Network – Two Myanmar Buddhists murdered in M’sia
Asia News Network – Myanmar still underdeveloped despite reforms, says Thein Sein
Asia News Network – Myanmar urged for budget transparency
Asia News Network – MasterCard, Visa expand operations in Myanmar
Bloomberg – Myanmar Hosting VIPs to Expose Country’s Growth Challenge
Bloomberg – Digicel-Soros Consortium Promises $9 Billion Myanmar Investment
PR Newswire – Digicel Consortium Submits Tender For Mobile Phone Licence In Myanmar
The Christian Science Monitor – China boosts oil presence in turbulent Myanmar
The Christian Science Monitor – Myanmar’s youth wait for key fruit of reform: jobs
UPI – Trade could equal pressure for Myanmar
The Hindu – Myanmar completes 800-kilometre gas pipeline to China
Gulf News – Myanmar to examine 2-child rule for Rohingya
BD Live – MTN gets boost in Myanmar bid
The Nation – Ways to maintain growth in Myanmar
Bangkok Post – WEF delegates make first trip to Myanmar
BBC News – UK forces chief in Burma to build links ties with military
Bernama – 300 Young Global Leaders Gather In Myanmar For Annual Summit
The Irrawaddy – Anti-Letpadaung Mine Activists Condemn Detained Protesters’ Sentences
The Irrawaddy – Former US Chief Diplomat Madeleine Albright to Assist Burma in Reform
Mizzima News – Thein Sein to Inaugurate World Economic Forum
DVB News – After spate of violence, govt calls on Malaysia to help protect citizens
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Immigration Bill Puts Focus on Red-State Democrats

By Caitlin Huey-Burns – June 5, 2013

“I don’t want a bad bill; I want a good bill to not have a third wave [of illegal immigration]. But the politics of this is pretty clear: The party that is seen as stopping immigration reform is going to pay a heavy price,” he told reporters. “If we’re not able to pass immigration reform in 2013 and it’s the Republican Party’s fault, we’re dead in 2016.”

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