Secretary of State Hilary Clinton is accusing the Myanmar's military junta of looking for reason to keep pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest (although this unfortunate event might not have taken place if it were not for the American journalist who swam across a lake to enter Suu Kyi's house).
At State Department, Clinton called the new charge against the Nobel Prize Laureate baseless and urged the military government to immediately release Suu Kyi.
Suu Kyi is facing new charges just weeks before her house arrest is due to end. She has been confined to her home for the last six years. She now could face a prison term.
In a sense, that stupid American journalist gave the Myanmar's government a pretext to prevent Suu Kyi from being involved in the next year's general election.
本日はNPR hourly news から四川地震に関するレポートの語り直し。
China marked its 1st anniversary of its earthquake in Sichuan Province and pledged to speed up rebuilding efforts.
In a speech made at a partially collapsed schoolbuilding that was televised live, China's President Hu Jin Tao said that rebuilding efforts were testament to national strength. He added that rebuilding tasks will be accelerated from 3 years to 2.
Thousands of people in Sichuan Province marked its annniverysary by mouning their dead. Howver, a report says that some parents were prevented from holding a ceremony to mourn their children, underlying political sensitivity to allegations surrounding school misconstruction due to corruption.
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