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  Hopes dim for release of Suu Kyi  National League for Democracy members were told to go home, dashing hopes that democracy activist would be released from house arrest   Burma releases Aung San Suu Kyi Map of Rangoon Myanmar
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Military leaders resign for polls  Prime Minister Thein Sein and several others ministers resigned from their military posts so they can take part in the country's upcoming el...   Supporters mark Suu Kyi birthday  The 65th birthday of Burma's detained opposition leader, is being recognised by supporters both at home and abroad Burma sets 7 November poll date  First general election for two decades will be held on November7, the ruling generals have announced, ending months of speculation   U.N. to Myanmar: Free political prisoners  U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon: Myanmar needs to show the world its November 7 elections are credible by releasing Aung San Suu Kyi   Burma's Suu Kyi 'will not vote'  Detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi will refuse to vote in the first general election in 20 years organised by the military   Powerful cyclone slams into Myanmar   An overpowering tropical cyclone Giri that intensified rapidly has made landfall in western Myanmar Oil pipeline fire kills 14   Villagers had rushed to collect fuel that was leaking from the pipeline when it ignited, apparently when someone lit a cigarette Burma hit by massive net attack  An ongoing computer attack has knocked Burma off the internet, just days ahead of its first election in 20 years First Burma national election for 20 years  Ruling generals say the polls will mark a transition to democratic civilian rule, but critics say they are a sham Counting begins in controversial election  Counting was under way in Myanmar's first election in 20 years, a poll that critics say is aimed at creating a fašade of democracy   West dismisses Burma's election
Burma refugees 'face starvation'  An American Physicians for Human Rights has warned that thousands of Burmese refugees in Bangladesh are facing starvation   U.N. critical of Myanmar election process  Group of Friends on Myanmar are not pleased with Myanmar despite the Asian nation's plan to hold its first general elections in 20 years Burma stages landmark army parade   Thousands of soldiers have taken part in annual Armed Forces Day parade in the capital Nay Pyi Taw Suu Kyi's NLD party to boycott election

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  Main opposition party, the National League for Democracy, says it will not take part in the country's first polls in two decades

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  Western powers have dismissed Burma's first general election for two decades, describing it as neither free nor fair
  The military authorities have released the pro-democracy leader from house arrest. She told thousands of supporters they had to 'work in unison'
 The Nobel Peace Prize winner has been detained for 15 of the past 21 years. US President Obama welcomed her release as 'long overdue'
  'Do not give up hope' - Suu Kyi
  Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has urged thousands of her supporters not to give up hope, a day after her release
Nov.14   Suu Kyi 'ready to meet generals'
  Burma's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi is willing to meet its military leaders to help work towards national reconciliation
Nov.18     UN condemns 'unfair' Burma polls  A UN human rights committee has condemned Burma's recent elections, saying they were neither free nor fair Nov.22   Suu Kyi reunited with younger son  The younger son of Burma's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has met his mother for the first time in a decade

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Dec.9     Concern at Burma 'nuclear sites'
  Wikileaks: Burma may be building missile and nuclear sites in remote locations with support from North Korea

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B. 03-08 Burma refugees 'face starvation' Bangladesh
2. 03-25 U.N. critical of Myanmar election process Myanmar
D. 03-26 Burma stages landmark army parade Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
03-29 Suu Kyi's NLD party to boycott election Myanmar
F. 04-28 Military leaders resign for polls Myanmar
6. 06-18 Supporters mark Suu Kyi birthday Myanmar
H. 08-12 Burma sets 7 November poll date Myanmar
8. 10-12 Burma's Suu Kyi 'will not vote' Myanmar

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