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    U.N. Envoy meets with Myanmar Junta and Burmese Opposition Leader, Aung San Suu Kyi Paid Member

    U.N. special envoy Ibrahim Gambari met with the Myanmar junta supremo Than Shwe in the new capital of Nay Pyi Taw, then flew to Yangon (Rangoon) to meet with the detained Nobel prize winner. Also, Burmese Catholics show support for the protesting monks, now held captive somewhere and being subjected to who knows what. Where are they? Oh yeah, and the arcticice cap is shrinking so quickly even pessimistic scientists are flipped out. More »
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    Monks 'to be sent away' Paid Member

    The BBC reports that 4,000 monks have been rounded up, disrobed, and shackled, and will soon be sent away from Rangoon. Some reports say they are on a hunger strike. How shameful this all is, and how difficult to watch with so little information. (It's almost like the days before the internet and the 24-hour news cycle.) Pressure needs be put on China. - Philip Ryan, Webmaster More »
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    "Contained?" Paid Member

    Reports today that the protests have been contained and the monks sealed inside their monasteries by the junta, which was quick to use brutal force. If this is true, next come the reprisals. The world can't look away -- keep looking at Burma. More »
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    Junta tries to shut down internet Paid Member

    The junta is censoring emails and blogs, trying desperately to keep word from getting out. But we will learn eventually. At least nine dead, what else? Here's one Burmese blogger that still seems to be posting now and then. (Blogs are perfect for this eyewitness stuff. History may remember this, eventually.) The junta has a long history of violence -- Christian Science Monitor explains it all for you. More »
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    Buddhist Channel on Burma Paid Member

    The Buddhist Channel is closely following the goings-on in Burma. More »
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    Burma Action Plan Paid Member

    This email came yesterday from the U.S. Campaign for Burma: Here's What You Can Do to Support the Saffron Revolution Dear Supporter, Courageous people of Burma, under the leadership of Buddhist monks, began a national strike today. Over 200,000 people, monks, nuns, students, actors, journalists, doctors, housewives, elders, people from all walks of live join in the national strike in Rangoon today and many other cities through out the country. More »