State Counselor tells international audience in Singapore her government has made progress on Rakhine and the peace process, says Myanmar has ‘bright economic future’
21 The News For 21 August 2018
The state counselor said Kofi Annan showed both compassion and courage in his leadership of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State.
Sean Turnell says global problems, Rakhine crisis hindering reform, but points to progress on GDP, inflation, banking sector
Minister U Ohn Win said the "camps" will be in Yangon, Bago and Irrawaddy regions, where elephant poaching is most severe.
Persistent flooding along highways has severely affected border trade with locals reporting rising prices for basic commodities.
Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan died at the age of 80 on Saturday. Myanmar people will remember him for his involvement in addressing the crisis in Rakhine State.
The shipment was bound for Hanoi, Vietnam and also contained an additional nine carcasses believed to be tigers and bears.
The case is seen as a test of press freedom in the fledgling democracy.
U Win Myint confronts region’s leadership with false documents, says he’s not looking for sugar-coated information
The company was ordered to give up their mining license after failing to pay 2,032 kilograms of gold to the Natural Resources Ministry’s No. 2 Mining Enterprise.
Measures target 3 military commanders, 1 border police commander and two Light Infantry Battalions.
Youth network says Ta’ang group earlier accused woman of being a Tatmadaw informant; her family denies the claim.
The prison dept released five inmates who passed the matriculation exam with flying colors and reduced the prison terms of 28 others after they were granted presidential pardons.
Khango Konyak was removed from the position because he was unable to lead the ethnic armed group in his capacity as chairman, said a central committee member.
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