Military authorities in Burma are believed to have sanctioned the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi after she spent 15 of the last 21 years under house arrest.

It had been reported that she would be released but the ruling military junta - which looks to have secured the majority of seats in Burma's first election for 20 years - is thought to be attempting to limit Ms Suu Kyi's travel privileges and negotiations are ongoing.

But as supporters gathered at her party's headquarters and reports said government officials were making 'necessary security preparations', it is still hoped Nobel laureate Ms Suu Kyi could be free this weekend.

Military authorities in Burma are believed to have sanctioned the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi after she spent 15 of the last 21 years under house arrest.

It had been reported that she would be released but the ruling military junta - which looks to have secured the majority of seats in Burma's first election for 20 years - is thought to be attempting to limit Ms Suu Kyi's travel privileges and negotiations are ongoing.

But as supporters gathered at her party's headquarters and reports said government officials were making 'necessary security preparations', it is still hoped Nobel laureate Ms Suu Kyi could be free this weekend.

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Military authorities in Burma are believed to have sanctioned the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi after she spent 15 of the last 21 years under house arrest.

It had been reported that she would be released but the ruling military junta - which looks to have secured the majority of seats in Burma's first election for 20 years - is thought to be attempting to limit Ms Suu Kyi's travel privileges and negotiations are ongoing.

But as supporters gathered at her party's headquarters and reports said government officials were making 'necessary security preparations', it is still hoped Nobel laureate Ms Suu Kyi could be free this weekend.

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Pages: 37, 40? 46, 
Genre: Fantasy (Mythology), Novelette/Novella, Ongoing Series
Format: E-book
Published by Middle Child Press

I often get bored of fantasy these days. It just doesn’t pull me in the same way everything else does. Magical realism, I like though, but then somebody on Facebook was like “Magical realism is just fantasy!” And I was like “WHAAT?!” I don’t believe them. I actually wrote this review, a different version, for Feisty Zine , so this is a cross post.

Selo and Inya are lively characters and just like any well written character, they are distinct and grow throughout the series. Since Selo is a warrior and an orphan, she’s very closed off and sort of cold. She’s serious and made of stone, but yet she’s motherly. Inya is loose and carefree which causes a bit of trouble along the way that Selo tends to clean up. Inya is the bright beacon, she’s the Oscar of The Odd Couple while Selo is sort of like Felix. These two ladies are polar opposites, yet the friendship works. The biggest character development happened for Selo in Queen of Dust, which was nominated for best short novel by The Swirl Awards.

Military authorities in Burma are believed to have sanctioned the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi after she spent 15 of the last 21 years under house arrest.

It had been reported that she would be released but the ruling military junta - which looks to have secured the majority of seats in Burma's first election for 20 years - is thought to be attempting to limit Ms Suu Kyi's travel privileges and negotiations are ongoing.

But as supporters gathered at her party's headquarters and reports said government officials were making 'necessary security preparations', it is still hoped Nobel laureate Ms Suu Kyi could be free this weekend.

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Selo & Inya: Hunter - Kindle edition by Ankhesen Mié.


Selo & Inya: Hunter eBook: Ankhesen Mié: Amazon.co.uk.

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