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Aung Zaw, editor and founder of the Burmese exiled media organisation 'The Irrawaddy' fled Burma in the aftermath of the mass uprisings in 1988. Founded in 1993 and formerly known as the 'Burma Information Group', the 'Irrawaddy' is regarded as one of the foremost journalistic organisations dealing with political, social, economic and cultural developments in Burma. With it's magazine, online multimedia prescence and with a number of undercover journalists working inside Burma, the Irrawaddy plays an important role in countering the regime's state propaganda and in documenting and exposing the truth.
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THE IRRAWADDY
Aung Zaw, editor and founder of the Burmese exiled media organisation 'The Irrawaddy' fled Burma in the aftermath of the mass uprisings in 1988. Founded in 1993 and formerly known as the 'Burma Information Group', the 'Irrawaddy' is regarded as one of the foremost journalistic organisations dealing with political, social, economic and cultural developments in Burma. With it's magazine, online multimedia prescence and with a number of undercover journalists working inside Burma, the Irrawaddy plays an important role in countering the regime's state propaganda and in documenting and exposing the truth.