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A reporter’s rare look inside Burma

October 7, 2007

David Jimenez from Spain’s El Mundo newspaper, one of the few foreign reporters to slip into Rangoon, witnessed the junta’s brutal crackdown on monk-led Burmese protesters. (Thanks Cooper) The military from the 77th Battalion, one of the most ruthless in the country, arrived in trucks along the same path taken minutes earlier by the monks. […]

Burma: bad guys are winning, but so does citizen journalism

October 6, 2007

White House spokesman Scott Stanzel criticized Myanmar regime on Friday for cutting off Internet access saying “They don’t want the world to see what is going on there”. Yet, even though protests seem to have been successfully forced down by the Junta and number of dead and missing persons might be left unknown forever, pieces […]

Free Burma!

October 4, 2007

Free Burma! International Bloggers’ Day for Burma on the 4th of October

October 1, 2007

International bloggers are preparing an action to support the peaceful revolution in Burma aiming to set a sign for freedom and show our sympathy for these people who are fighting their cruel regime without weapons. My fellow Bloggers and myself are planning to refrain from posting to our blogs on Thursday, October 4 and just […]

Burma: unknown dead bodies now reported burned at YaeWay Crematorium

October 1, 2007

After decades of brutal dictatorship, the people of Burma are rising up but as the world stand still they are also being brutally murdered in unknown numbers. I just discussed the importance of freedom of press a while ago in my post about Reporters Without Borders and already the cold blooded murder of Photographer Kenji […]