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Photo News - July 2008

Burmese pro-democracy activists distribute leaflets about Burma to university students in New Delhi, India on 31 July 2008, days prior to the 20th anniversary of  the 8888 people's movement which falls on August 8, 2008.<br />

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			<div class= Burmese pro-democracy activists distribute leaflets about Burma to university students in New Delhi, India on 31 July 2008, days prior to the 20th anniversary of  the 8888 people's movement which falls on August 8, 2008.<br />

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			<div class= The Kanbawza bank in Rangoon owned by Aung Ko Win, also known as Saya Kyaung. Rumours are doing the rounds that the Burmese junta's investigation into the banking business of the close friend of regime's No.2 man Deputy Senior Gen. Maung Aye's caused panic withdrawals from Kanbawza bank. However, there is no strong evidence yet on the tension between the junta supremo Senior Gen. Than Shwe and the No.2 strongman.<br />

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			<div class= Burmese pro-democracy activists distribute leaflets about Burma to university students in New Delhi, India on 31 July 2008, days prior to the 20th anniversary of  the 8888 people's movement which falls on August 8, 2008.<br />

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			<div class= Burmese pro-democracy activists distribute leaflets about Burma to university students in New Delhi, India on 31 July 2008, days prior to the 20th anniversary of  the 8888 people's movement which falls on August 8, 2008.<br />

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			<div class= The Kanbawza bank in Rangoon owned by Aung Ko Win, also known as Saya Kyaung. Rumours are doing the rounds that the Burmese junta's investigation into the banking business of the close friend of regime's No.2 man Deputy Senior Gen. Maung Aye's caused panic withdrawals from Kanbawza bank. However, there is no strong evidence yet on the tension between the junta supremo Senior Gen. Than Shwe and the No.2 strongman.<br />

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			<div class= The Kanbawza bank in Rangoon owned by Aung Ko Win, also known as Saya Kyaung. Rumours are doing the rounds that the Burmese junta's investigation into the banking business of the close friend of regime's No.2 man Deputy Senior Gen. Maung Aye's caused panic withdrawals from Kanbawza bank. However, there is no strong evidence yet on the tension between the junta supremo Senior Gen. Than Shwe and the No.2 strongman.<br />

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			<div class= The Kanbawza bank in Rangoon owned by Aung Ko Win, also known as Saya Kyaung. Rumours are doing the rounds that the Burmese junta's investigation into the banking business of the close friend of regime's No.2 man Deputy Senior Gen. Maung Aye's caused panic withdrawals from Kanbawza bank. However, there is no strong evidence yet on the tension between the junta supremo Senior Gen. Than Shwe and the No.2 strongman.<br />

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			<div class= Security personnel  along with pro-junta militia guard the road leading to the opposition party office of the National League for Democracy in Rangoon on Martyrs' Day on 19 July 2008.<br />

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			<div class= Security personnel  along with pro-junta militia guard the road leading to the opposition party office of the National League for Democracy in Rangoon on Martyrs' Day on 19 July 2008.<br />

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			<div class= The road to detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's residence blocked on Martyrs' Day, July 19 2008, betraying signs of the military regime's concern that her followers may try to assemble in front of her residence again as they did during the Saffron Revolution in 2007.<br />

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			<div class= The road to detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's residence blocked on Martyrs' Day, July 19 2008, betraying signs of the military regime's concern that her followers may try to assemble in front of her residence again as they did during the Saffron Revolution in 2007.<br />

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This unverified picture of a member of  the Vigorous Burmese Student Warriors was posted on the internet. The VBSW claimed responsibility for the bomb blast in an office of the junta backed organization -- the Union Solidarity and Development Association in Shwe Pyi Thar township yesterday. No one was injured in the blast. VBSW acussed the USDA of misusing Cyclone Nargis aid and vowed to launch more attacks in the future.
This unverified picture of a member of  the Vigorous Burmese Student Warriors was posted on the internet. The VBSW claimed responsibility for the bomb blast in an office of the junta backed organization -- the Union Solidarity and Development Association in Shwe Pyi Thar township yesterday. No one was injured in the blast. VBSW acussed the USDA of misusing Cyclone Nargis aid and vowed to launch more attacks in the future.
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