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According to the Democratic Voice of Burma, Wirathu played an active role in stirring tensions in a Rangoon suburb in February, by spreading unfounded rumours that a local school was being developed into a mosque, An angry mob of about 300 Buddhists assaulted the school and Muslim-owned businesses and shops in Rangoon.
This kind of visit is important in the context of political change in the country because President Thein Sein and the reformers in this current government need encouragement and support from the international community so that the hardliners who oppose transformation can be isolated," said Khin Maung Win, deputy editor-in-chief of the independent broadcaster Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB).
Norway has also provided a home to the Democratic Voice of Burma, an opposition television and radio outlet, which broadcasts uncensored news into Myanmar, in much the same way Radio Free Europe did behind the Iron Curtain decades earlier.
For him, the top three contenders were the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB in 1901.
Last month Myanmar brushed aside Western concerns about possible nuclear cooperation with North Korea, saying it had no intention of building an atomic bomb as alleged in a recent documentary by the Norwegian-based news group Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB).
It also contradicted the claims of the Norway-based Burma exile news service, Democratic Voice of Burma, which had charged that the junta is actively pursuing a nuclear weapons programme aided by North Korea, with the aim of developing a bomb and long-range missiles.
He makes his case in the report commissioned by a Burmese dissident group, Democratic Voice of Burma ( DVB), based in Norway.
The Norway-based Democratic Voice of Burma said the defector had been involved in the nuclear program and smuggled out extensive files and photographs describing experiments with uranium and specialized equipment needed to build a nuclear reactor and develop enrichment capabilities.