သတင္း ၁၊ သတင္း ၂၊ သတင္း ၃၊ သတင္း၄၊
လြန္ခဲ့ေသာ စက္တင္ဘာလ ၂၉ ရက္ေန.တုန္းက ဗီယက္နမ္၊ပါမေတာင္ပုိင္မွာေလမုန္တုိင္းၾကီး ကစ္စနာဝင္တုိက္ခဲ့ျပီး ေျမျပဳိက်၊အိမ္ပ်က္စီးခဲ့တာေၾကာင့္ လူ၁၆၃ ေသးဆုံးျပီး ၁၁ ေယာက္ေလာက္ေပ်ာက္ဆုံးေနပါသည္၊ ဒီကိစၥႏွင့္ပတ္သက္၍ လူသားခ်င္းစာနာေထာက္ထားအကူအညီအေနျဖင့္ဗမာစစ္အေခါင္းေဆာင္ေတြက ေဒၚလာ ၅၀၀၀၀ အကူအညီေပးခဲ့သည္၊ ကုိသတင္းမွာေဖာ္ျပခဲ့သည္၊ ဒီေပးတဲ့အကူအညီကုိ ရဟန္းသံဃာေတာ္မ်ားရုိက္ႏွက္ဖမ္းဆီးသတ္ျဖတ္ရာတြင္ ေဒဝဒတ္အုပ္စုမဟာမိတ္အေနနဲ့.အခ်င္းခ်င္းဆုခ်ီးျမွင့္တာျဖစ္ေလမလားကုိေမးခြန္ထုတ္စရာျဖစ္ေနသည္။
At UN, Vietnam Is Asked About Beaten Monks, Says No Grounds To Bring It Up
By Matthew Russell Lee
UNITED NATIONS, October 16 -- Nearly three weeks after some 400 Buddhist monks in Vietnam were evicted and beaten, and Vietnam took over the Presidency of the UN Security Council, on October 16 Inner City Press asked Vietnam's Ambassador and Council President Le Luong Minh about the incident. Video here, from Minute 3:09.
Ambassador Le Luong Minh at first look puzzled, then smirked. Inner City Press explained the "hook" to the Security Council, a report that "supporters are also asking the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations to help them arrange a meeting with Vietnam's U.N. ambassador."
While U.S. Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice was present in the Council on Friday, when Inner City Press asked if the matter had been raised, Le Luong Minh said "no one has raised it, and there are no grounds for anyone to raise it."
When monks, admittedly a larger number, were cracked down on in Myanmar, the matter was quickly raised in the Security Council, and Myanmar is now on the Council's agenda. There are other less than reasonable exclusions from the Council's agenda, such as the tens of thousands of ethnic Tamils killed in Sri Lanka earlier this year. But when events like this take place in a country holding the presidency of the UN Security Council, it should not be surprising that they are raised.
Viet Nam's Ambassador with paper, answers not shown