YANGON (AFP) - Myanmar's democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi called for peace as she celebrated her 66th birthday on Sunday, her first as a free woman for almost a decade. She was released from seven years of house arrest in November, having spent much of the past two decades as a prisoner in her own home, with the military regime never accepting her landslide election win in 1990. "My birthday wish is for peace for all of us. I alone cannot get this peace, nor my party. We all have to work for it," she told about 1,000 well-wishers at her NLD party headquarters. "I would like to ask everyone to help by co-operating for peace in our country," she added, after cutting her birthday cake.