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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2399

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When will we know the truth?

I know that one day the whole world will come to know the truth, no doubt, until then I am along with everyone else frustrated to know who has been helping Daesh to commit all these atrocities in the Arab lands but now I am more frustrated after reading one of well-known English journalists, Robert Fisk's article on ISIS.

A Shiite Houthi rebel, wearing an army uniform stands guard at the site of an explosion near the old city of Sanaa.
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The Die is cast

‘Alea iacta est ‘ or the die is cast meaning, the point of no return as the non-Myanmar ethnic nationalities make a solemn vow not to sign the cease-fire agreement without the inclusiveness of all. During four days of discussions in a safe place of Chiangmai, which ended on August 24, armed groups presented pushing the all-inclusive stance. The senior negotiation team for Burma’s Ethnic Armed Organizations (EAOs) has begun its talks with the country’s military dictatorship.

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Strict laws to prevent use of Polythene and Asbestos – President

President Maithripala Sirisena says he would enforce strict laws from January 1, 2016 to prevent use of polythene which is a major threat to the environment and the health of the people.

Strict laws to prevent use of Polythene and Asbestos – President
Strict laws to prevent use of Polythene and Asbestos – President
Strict laws to prevent use of Polythene and Asbestos – President
Strict laws to prevent use of Polythene and Asbestos – President
Strict laws to prevent use of Polythene and Asbestos – President
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