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Is the military junta which currently rules Burma (Myanmar) guilty of cimes against humanity and genocide by not allowing foreign relief workers into that country to assist survivors of the recent catastrophic cyclone?

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Asked by Michael Gamble, 08 May '08 11:14 pm
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Foreign relief workers for the most part hardly make a difference on the ground. The national disaster relief mechanism, is what makes ALL the difference, in cases of calamities, human made and natural....
Answered by A Moin, 08 May '08 11:16 pm

 
  
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off course they are, but equally responsible are the so called developed nations -especailly US of A , which has been turning blind eye towards what is ahppening in Burma,
Answered by abhishek sinha, 08 May '08 11:17 pm

 
  
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