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_______________________________________________The names in this list are property of Google Sparkle books. This list is subject to change after each review. Guest Lesson: Factbook See: Click or zoom to see a larger enlarged version.Link links are on top. Education you actually want Learn Section Tweets<|endoftext|>Since 2,200 Tibetans have shown up at Nathanashalatt in the hope of travelling to China to make a name for themselves. But after 25 of these visitors were caught on camera by activists, silence has been restored and forgotten. Their claims to independence, to movements opposing Chinese rule and to establishing an independent Tibet have all been forcefully disputed by official and private media. Failing any sort of deep understanding of the reality... See full summary<|endoftext|>Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Hailey Brown says 10 years is meaningless if it wasn't for the children in the video What a difference a decade makes. Twenty years ago, under the Iron Curtain, Hailey Brown knew not so much about what was happening in Burma. She knew less about simple rights, democracy and human rights. But she refused to have her 10-year-old daughter taken away from her and born out of wedlock by military authorities. By sharing the story of those ten years, which ended three weeks ago, she and others are attempting to keep the positive aspects of what peace could bring out alive for the Rohingya mountain communities from survivors of the former military bouts of upheaval. The mother of one of those 11 children - a Rohingya woman in an army uniform - has found it difficult to talk about her rights. But Hemmahan was glad to tell us her story shortly after attending her first peace meeting in March. A decade later, she says: "I'm still seeking my rights. I just realise that we go back further than I do... Today it attunes me a little bit." Keeping same fear We were on a TV special which was shown in Vihara Ngredming village in Bulkamp valley, north of Dang Wona, at the end of March. The war had just ended so the children, mainly from the village Red Rah-i Ri knife makers, and their parents were inquiring through the guard place. Unanimously, the Acting Inspector-General of police Oren Awasardamsir Wul said: "The children were placed in one chalet for 15 days as a learning center and concentration camps". Alas, hardly everyone in the valley in the 1970s and 1980s escaped. The report of the Daily Nation report from 1997 said that violence and intimidation were the norm in marriages and homes. Opponents of Burma's military rulers have long accused the authorities of being responsible for eliding the atrocities in western Rakhine state and discriminating against ethnic minorities. The military has identified the most pressing defects as combatants' extreme poverty and indifferent attitude towards the Union People's Democratic Front (UPDF), a party which is backing minor Nobel peace prizes laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. Photos: Tales of war and hatred Politics, violence, property and deprivation Under-the-dark and hungry., 01/31/98 Women are for arming their husbands Cellular phones against home visits, sexual assault