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Subtle Resistance

Burma's military junta may have staunched the country's largest protest movement in 20 years, but many still long for democracy.

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Citizens Wait, Worry in Junta's Climate of Fear
Article | RANGOON, Burma, Oct. 23 -- She does not know if the police have her picture. But that uncertainty has not eased her fear.
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Burma's Prisons a Caldron of Protest Fury
Article | RANGOON -- The promise of Burma's future begins in its prisons.
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Unity Lacking On Diplomatic Approach to Burma's Junta
Article | BANGKOK, Oct. 24 -- While activists focus on increasing pressure on Burma's military leaders to open a dialogue with the country's pro-democracy activists, diplomatic consensus is eroding on what steps to take next.
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A New Generation of Activists Arises in Burma
Article | RANGOON -- They operate in the shadows, slipping by moonlight from safe house to safe house, changing their cellphones to hide their tracks and meeting under cover of monasteries or clinics to plot changes that have eluded their country for 46 years.
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Burma Expels U.N. Envoy Who Backed Pro-Democracy Protests
Article | UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 2 -- Burma's military government Friday ordered the expulsion of the top U.N. representative in the country, Charles Petrie, expressing anger over his public endorsement of the country's pro-democracy protests.

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