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Myanmar urged to scrap or amend new law that could grant immunity to former presidents

Myanmar should immediately repeal or amend a new law passed today which could grant former presidents’ blanket immunity for human rights violations and crimes under international law, said Amnesty International.

Myanmar's President Thein Sein (C) arrives at the Union Parliament in Naypyitaw January 28, 2016.
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Implementation of the UN Resolution: Minister Senaratne gives another interpretation. What next?

First it was the resolution itself. Co-sponsored by Sri Lanka obviously with the agreement of the Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, consenting to have Commonwealth and other foreign judges enquiring into possible human rights violations committed in Sri Lanka during the last stages of the war against the LTTE.

Implementation of the UN Resolution: Minister Senaratne gives another interpretation. What next?
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Significance of Resolving Saudi-Iran Conflict

History of strained relationship between two oil producing countries Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and Iran is too old. The major causes of continuous deteriorating relationship are based on sectarianism, differences in ideology, variation in economic, political, military interests, controlling Gulf and unannounced desires of attaining regional domination.

Significance of Resolving Saudi-Iran Conflict
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