Photos show 'death' of Japanese photographer in Burma


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raincool2005

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the monks should have made frens with the army generals first, this is a rebellion without careful planning.

Myanmar has the 12th largest army in the world, abt 428,000 active troops (maybe 5 of 10 wear slippers to war :bsmilie: )

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actually how this thing started??? sorry, I didn't have time to keep track and suddenly it happended so fast.
 

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heard their money turned worthless overnight...
 

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My condolence to the family of Kenji Nagai. His passion and love for photography will leave in our hearts forever. God bless.

What the Burmese government had done cannot be condone for. Yet they have the guts to critize other country news on false reporting of this case. Noone in this world can bring them down if they didn't do anything wrong.

May United Nation be able to step in, rectify this act and bring forth those who are guilty to be justified.
 

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