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Kevin Rudd in Thailand meet Burmese HR Organization

Kevin Rudd former PM now MP of OZ tweets that 'Spent this morning with representatives of Burmese human rights organisations here in Thailand." Further adds in social networking site,'Big challenge is some half million displaced Burmese on both sides of border. Conditions often atrocious, incl. human trafficking.'Kevin writes,'Also been speaking with Thai Foreign Minister on Burmese regime’s human rights performance post Aung San Suu Kyi release.' KRudd

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