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  1. BANGLADESH: Government urges stronger aid coordination
  2. BANGLADESH-MYANMAR: More Rohingya boat people set to flee violence
  3. Analysis: Sri Lanka’s long road to reconciliation
  4. Analysis: Salt of life dries up in Vietnam


BANGLADESH: Government urges stronger aid coordination
DHAKA، 5/11/2012 (IRIN) - The international community should strengthen its local coordination in times of disaster, says the Bangladesh government. full report
BANGLADESH-MYANMAR: More Rohingya boat people set to flee violence
BANGKOK، 6/11/2012 (IRIN) - Thousands of Rohingya - whether currently in Myanmar or Bangladesh - may take to the high seas and head to Malaysia after last month’s deadly sectarian violence in Myanmar’s western Rakhine State, activists warn. full report
Analysis: Sri Lanka’s long road to reconciliation
PUTHUKKUDIYIRUPPU، 9/11/2012 (IRIN) - Genzia Mary, 10, is fascinated by the buses arriving in northern Sri Lanka, their jovial travellers singing in a language that, until two years ago, was completely foreign to her. full report
Analysis: Salt of life dries up in Vietnam
HANOI، 9/11/2012 (IRIN) - Your LCD TV screen was made with it; your brain does not function well without it. Meet iodine, a multifunctional chemical element found in soil and seawater that when mixed with table salt, is the most effective way to thwart preventable brain damage. full report