Internet access restored briefly in Myanmar

Internet access restored briefly in Myanmar
YANGON (Reuters) – Internet access was restored briefly in military-ruled Myanmar on Saturday, a day after a Web blackout believed to have been imposed to stop reports and pictures of a major crackdown reaching the outside world.[Lees verder]

Backpacker turns Myanmar activist via Facebook
BANGKOK (Reuters) – A chance encounter in a Myanmar coffee shop turned teenage backpacker Alex Bookbinder into a political activist at the forefront of an Internet campaign that has attracted tens of thousands of supporters.[Lees verder]

Satellites confirm reports of Myanmar violence
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Satellite images confirm reports earlier this year of burned villages, forced relocations and other human rights abuses in Myanmar, scientists said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Internet access restored briefly in Myanmar
YANGON (Reuters) – Internet access was restored briefly in military-ruled Myanmar on Saturday, a day after a Web blackout believed to have been imposed to stop reports and pictures of a major crackdown reaching the outside world.[Lees verder]

Backpacker turns Myanmar activist via Facebook
BANGKOK (Reuters) – A chance encounter in a Myanmar coffee shop turned teenage backpacker Alex Bookbinder into a political activist at the forefront of an Internet campaign that has attracted tens of thousands of supporters.[Lees verder]

Satellites confirm reports of Myanmar violence
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Satellite images confirm reports earlier this year of burned villages, forced relocations and other human rights abuses in Myanmar, scientists said on Friday.[Lees verder]