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By   ANP Alleges Govt ‘Wrongly’ Issued Citizenship in Arakan State

The Arakan National Party accuses Burma’s previous government of issuing citizenship documents to over 1,000 Muslims they say are ineligible for citizen status.

By   Lawmaker Proposes Secretariat Be Returned to the Public

A Rangoon lawmaker will submit a proposal that would return the city’s historical Secretariat building—which was leased to a private company—to the public.

By   The Lady and the Generals  

To achieve peace, Aung San Suu Kyi must find common ground with army generals as well as ethnic leaders, and the events of last week

By   Hundreds of Jade Mining Licenses Expire This Month

More than 300 jade mining companies in Kachin State will be unable to renew their licenses when they expire at the end of July.

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Known locally as Mahachai, and by foreigners as ‘Little Burma,’ Thailand’s Samut Sakhon hosts up to 400,000 Burmese migrants working in factories and fisheries.

By   Thailand Sets Up Security Centers Ahead of Referendum

Thailand's military government sets up security centers around the country ahead of an August referendum on a new constitution, a government spokesman says.

By   Thai Elephant Gets New Prosthetic Leg

Mosha the elephant, who stepped on a landmine along the Thai-Myanmar border 10 years ago, received her ninth prosthetic leg on Wednesday.

By   China Risks ‘Outlaw’ Status If It Rejects South China Sea Ruling: Lawyer

An international ruling next month is expected to deprive China of its claim to most of the South China Sea, risking being seen as an

By   Ooredoo Lucky Draw Draws Fire From Users

A reportedly defective ‘lucky draw’ from the Qatar-based mobile network provider is met with social media fury and a government suspension order.

By   Government to Announce Economic Policy This Week

The National League for Democracy government will announce its long-awaited economic policy through state-run media on July 29.

By   Lawmaker Proposes Secretariat Be Returned to the Public

A Rangoon lawmaker will submit a proposal that would return the city’s historical Secretariat building—which was leased to a private company—to the public.

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Thai investment in energy, satellite-based air traffic control, arrival of a Japanese ramen chain, Rangoon power plant overhaul, and rising Telenor profits.

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The Irrawaddy speaks with Khine Win from the Sandhi Governance Institute and political columnist Ko Ye Naing Moe about the new government’s 100-day plan.

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The Irrawaddy speaks with former Information Minister Ye Htut and political commentator Yan Myo Thein about the role of permanent secretaries within the ministries.

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The Irrawaddy speaks to Myanmar Press Council member Saya Kyi Min and lawyer Robert San Aung about a lawsuit brought against 7 Day newspaper by

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The Irrawaddy speaks with divisional lawmaker Nay Phone Latt and Irrawaddy senior reporter Kyaw Phyo Tha about the city’s lack of public space.

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While many filmmakers complain that govt censorship shackles their artistry, it is not the only thing stunting the emergence of a Burmese Hollywood.

By   From Aung San’s Driver to Centenarian, a Long and Winding Road Reaches Its End

In this story published in 2015, the man who drove Aung San during the historic Panglong Conference reflects on his life in politics, prison and

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Fighting between a Karen ethnic armed group and the Burma Army ended in 2012. Now a once desolate conflict zone is set for a comeback.

By   The School Builder

A Canadian Zen Buddhist monk who came to Burma to teach meditation discovers that his life must go in a different direction.

By   Burmese Climbers Summit Everest

Two Burmese mountaineers summit Mount Everest, becoming the first climbers from the country to reach the peak of the world’s tallest mountain.  

By   Bangkok Temple Now a Venerated Site for Leicester City Fans

Tucked in the Chinatown area of Bangkok is a Buddhist temple that has turned overnight into a venerated site for Leicester City’s Thai fans.

By   Burmese Trio Readies for History-Making Everest Bid

A trio of climbers hopes to become the first Burmese nationals to summit the world’s tallest peak, a climb expected to take over two months.

By   Karen Refugee Eyeing Premier League With Sheffield United

An ethnic Karen refugee who was born at a camp on the Thai border earns a professional contract with the English football club Sheffield United.