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Obama to Aung San Suu Kyi: US to lift Myanmar sanctions

Obama to Aung San Suu Kyi: US to lift Myanmar sanctions

🕔12:53, 15.Sep 2016

President Barack Obama has told Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi that US economic sanctions against her country will be lifted, and trade preferences reinstated to provide duty-free treatment for goods from the Asian nation. Obama announced the

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Deputy Secretary Blinken’s Trip to Burma

Deputy Secretary Blinken’s Trip to Burma

🕔10:26, 20.Jan 2016

Washington – Deputy Secretary Blinken traveled to Naypyitaw on January 18 to meet with leaders of the current and incoming governments in the wake of the country’s historic national elections at the end of last year. The Deputy Secretary was

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US warns of hate speech, Congress raises plight of Rohingya Muslims ahead of Myanmar elections

US warns of hate speech, Congress raises plight of Rohingya Muslims ahead of Myanmar elections

🕔17:47, 22.Oct 2015

WASHINGTON — The top U.S. diplomat for East Asia is warning that the politicization of religion and the spread of hate speech could lead to violence in Myanmar as it prepares for landmark Nov. 8 elections. Assistant Secretary of State

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US criticizes Myanmar invalidation of temp citizen cards

US criticizes Myanmar invalidation of temp citizen cards

🕔05:44, 13.Feb 2015

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is criticizing Myanmar’s decision to invalidate temporary citizenship cards for minority Rohingya Muslims. Top State Department envoy on human rights, Tom Malinowski, registered his concern in a tweet Thursday. He wrote that invalidating the so-called

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Rohingya Daily News 17 November 2017

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