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Row over Aung San Suu Kyi threatens to split Burmese pro-democracy movement in Britain

Aung San Suu Kyi’s will wrap up her tour of Britain tomorrow with a celebratory gathering of Britain’s Burmese community featuring traditional music and dancing.

'Serve humanity', urges Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama has urged religious people to work for the good of humanity and care for the environment in an address at Westminster Abbey.

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Aung San Suu Kyi and a “star-struck” Bono joined forces yesterday

Two Burmese children a week conscripted into military

UN-verified accounts of child soldiers undermine junta's assurances on democratic reforms

The News Matrix: Monday 18 June 2012

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President Thein Sein: may yet turn out to be his country's FW de Klerk

Steve Crawshaw: Burma's long road from military state to democracy

Political pressure remains important to ensure that reform continues

Portraits of a lay-dee: images of Aung San Suu Kyi on stage with U2 at a concert in Dublin in 2009

Grace Dent: If you were on your first foreign trip for 24 years, would you want Bono to be a part of the package?

With friends like all of these people, Aung San Suu Kyi will wish that she’d stayed at home. Wouldn't you?

Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at a hotel in Bangkok yesterday

Milestone in an epic journey as Aung San Suu Kyi leaves Burma at last

After 24 years, the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony and Westminster await on historic world tour

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Burma's hardline vice-president Tin Aung Myint Oo quits as reforms gather pace

A former leading general close to Burma's former dictator Than Shwe has reportedly given up his position in the Burmese government amid talk of a battle between reformers and hardliners.

William Hague hails 'Burma's hopeful path'

Britain will no longer discourage trade with Burma, William Hague announced today, in recognition of the “remarkable changes” that are taking place there.

William Hague warning over change to sanctions in Burma

Foreign Secretary William Hague warned today against moving too fast to lift sanctions against Burma despite a “very important process of change” in the country.

DVD: The Lady (12)

"Millions upon millions are counting on her," explains Michael Aris (David Thewlis) to his twin brother (also Thewlis) regarding his imprisoned Burmese wife.

EU will suspend most sanctions against Burma for a year

The European Union will suspend most sanctions against Burma for a year while it assesses the country's progress towards democracy.

David Cameron with democracy leader Aung SanSuu Kyi in her garden yesterday

In a Rangoon garden, Cameron stands with Suu Kyi and offers Burma a fresh start

PM dismisses warnings of false dawn with call to 'suspend' sanctions, at house where heroine was held for 15 years

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