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A few horrible shots on tonight's BBC bulletins showing more unrest in Burma. It doesn't think it's more of a riot - it seems to be the material of last month's riot. The thread has been discontinued due to apathy. If we do not comply with our policies, we will delete any postings and we retain the right to delete postings for any cause.
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BBC News and her first Myanmar correspondent Jonah Fisher is an expert BBC journalist and has worked for the BBC for 10 years in Eritrea, Sudan, London, South Africa, Nigeria and most recently Thailand. From 2012 to 2014, Fisher was the BBC Bangkok Correspondents, where he reported on anti-government protests in Bangkok when protestors tried to remove Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra He can be followed on Twitter at @JonahFisher.
Malema: Let me tell you before you jatjarag (South Africans slang: aroused, or, to say the least) - this is a construction of a revolutionist faction and you know nothing about the ri... It is not a message room, it is a dynamic home and you are not coming here, not here, with this blank tend.
|This is garbage..... Malema: You can go out....garbage is what you have hidden in your pants - it's garbage. What you put on is garbage, okay?
The BBC MA Myanmar - RadioActive
The BBC Media Action is implementing a Myanmar based TV and broadcast broadcasting programme. Max Graef, RadioActive Director, went to Myanmar to educate the various BBC MA productions crews in engineering and audio engineering for television and broadcast to enhance the results they produce.
The work of BBC Media Action in Myanmar includes: Bright Young Stars program (Lin Lat Kyair Sin), a young people's program that informs the next Myanmar population and encourages debate and citizenry. La Pe' Ye Ta Kwe Ye Diari, a play with the aim of promoting mutual respect and acceptance between different ethnical and faith based groups.
BRACED program, which includes research into people's daily experience of changes in meteorological conditions, and civil servant communications presenting easy, efficient and cost-effective emergency response technologies for remote municipalities.