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Burma ‘certain’ to release Suu Kyi: officials

Burma’s junta is certain to release detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi in the next few days, officials in the military-ruled country said on Friday, in the wake of a controversial election.

Burma preparing for Suu Kyi release: officials

Preparations are under way for the expected release of Burma’s detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, officials said on Wednesday, after the Army's proxies claimed a landslide election win.

Army-backed party claims victory in Burma vote

The Burma military's political proxy claimed an overwhelming victory on Tuesday in an election condemned as a sham by the West, as fresh fighting erupted between rebels and government forces.

Burma counts votes in poll marred by fraud fears

Burma on Monday counted ballots in its first vote in 20 years as Western governments lashed out at the military-ruled nation for orchestrating an election that junta-backed parties look set to easily

14 dead in oil pipeline blaze in Burma: official

At least 14 people were killed and about 100 more injured after a fire broke out at an oil pipeline in central Burma, a government official said on Monday.

Suu Kyi can vote: Burmese officials

Burmese officials on Friday said that detained Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi would be entitled to vote in the upcoming election, despite earlier statements that she would be barred from taking pa

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