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Photo News - May 2008

Burmese Christians in India's capital city of New Delhi on Sunday held mass prayer for victims of Cyclone Nargis that swept Burma's Irrawaddy delta and Rangoon division on May 2-3. . The Cyclone caused at least 130,000 death or missing, and more than 2.4 million people homeless, according to the United Nations. <br />

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			<div class= Burmese Christians in India's capital city of New Delhi on Sunday held mass prayer for victims of Cyclone Nargis that swept Burma's Irrawaddy delta and Rangoon division on May 2-3. . The Cyclone caused at least 130,000 death or missing, and more than 2.4 million people homeless, according to the United Nations. <br />

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			<div class= Burmese Christians in India's capital city of New Delhi on Sunday held mass prayer for victims of Cyclone Nargis that swept Burma's Irrawaddy delta and Rangoon division on May 2-3. . The Cyclone caused at least 130,000 death or missing, and more than 2.4 million people homeless, according to the United Nations. <br />

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			<div class= The main opposition party the National League for Democracy held its 18th anniversary of the 1990 general elections on Tuesday May 27, 2008 at its head office in Rangoon. NLD won more than 80 percent of the seats in the 1990 general elections but the junta refused to hand over power.<br />

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			<div class= The opposition party members are marching to the residence of party leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on Tuesday 27 May 2008. At least 15 members of the National League for Democracy were rounded up and shoved into police trucks on their way.<br />

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			<div class= Fire broke out at Burmese embassy in Bangkok on Monday morning.<br />

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			<div class= Fire broke out at Burmese embassy in Bangkok on Monday morning.<br />

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			<div class= Fire broke out at Burmese embassy in Bangkok on Monday morning.<br />

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			<div class= Vote counting at a polling station in Rangoon on Saturday, May 24.<br />

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			<div class= Vote counting at a polling station in Rangoon on Saturday, May 24.<br />

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			<div class= Vote counting at a polling station in Rangoon on Saturday, May 24.<br />

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			<div class= Scenes of referendum polling on May 24.<br />

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Rangoon authorities have been distributing 'Yes' stamped ballots door-to-door for referendum on Saturaday. The ballots have the names of voters, their addresses on one side and bears the 'Yes' mark on the other side.<br />

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			<div class= Burmese government tightens security deployment in various parts of Rangoon amidst rumours spreading around that there will be protests against the government tomorrow. Armed personnel deployed in New Dagon, Yangon.<br />

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