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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Burma

'My Wife Died From Police Abuse,' Says Husband

By THE IRRAWADDY
The distraught family of a woman who died after falling from a Rangoon police station window has laid blame firmly with her interrogating officers.

US Says Observer Conditions Don't Meet Int'l Standards

By LALIT K JHA / THE IRRAWADDY
The US says it is sending election observers, but insists conditions do not meet international standards.

159 Observers to Monitor Burma Election

By SAW YAN NAING/ THE IRRAWADDY
The head of Burma's Election Commission announces that 159 international observers will have access to polling stations on Sunday.

Govt to Address Breaches of SSA-South Ceasefire: Aung Min

By LAWI WENG / THE IRRAWADDY
A key government peace negotiator says he will discuss the Burmese army's continuing violations of a ceasefire with the Shan State Army-South with the president.

Burma Investors Pin Hopes on Seminal Sunday

By CHARLIE CAMPBELL / THE IRRAWADDY
The clamor to enter Burma's emerging markets receives another boost with the announcement that the national currency will be floated on same day as by-elections.

Malaysia PM Leads 50-Strong Delegation to Burma

By PATRICK BOEHLER/ THE IRRAWADDY
Malaysian Prime Minister Mohammad Najib Abdul Razak leads a delegation of more than 50 Malaysian ministers and businesspeople on a two-day visit to Burma.

US Congress to Assess Burma's Political Prisoner Issue

By LALIT K JHA/ THE IRRAWADDY
The status of political prisoners is likely to figure prominently in any consideration by the US Congress with regard to Burma, a congressional report says.

Rangoon Woman in Police Station Death Plunge

By THE IRRAWADDY
Fury grips Rangoon after an ethnic Shan woman fell to her death from the Police Bureau of Special Investigations office after three days of relentless interrogation.

Burmese Legal System Remains Tool of Govt: AHRC

By CHARLIE CAMPBELL / THE IRRAWADDY
A leading human rights group condemns the politicization of Burma's judiciary just as a widely criticized government lawsuit against a prominent journal has been dropped.

Burmese Army Chief Defends Political Role

By BA KAUNG / THE IRRAWADDY
Burma’s commander-in-chief Gen Min Aung Hlaing defends the military's continued role in politics during a speech to commemorate the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day.

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