Soldiers entered Say Taung and fired indiscriminately, while other troops fired on anyone attempting to flee, they say
22 The News For 22 March 2019
Shipping through a third country, teak kingpins work in parallel with the State’s Myanmar Timber Enterprise to get illicit teak to Europe in violation of EU timber regulations.
‘Pretty words are not enough,’ SSPP spokesman says, but adds that his group will consider the proposal; TNLA scoffs at truce idea.
On this day in 1956, seventh-grader Harry Tan was shot dead by police in the country’s first of many brutal crackdowns on student protests in post-independence Myanmar.
Kachin, Shan women who escaped sexual slavery give harrowing accounts of being duped, raped and forced to bear children.
From delta beaches, across Myanmar’s biggest metropolis to the misty Bago mountains, the second destination guide in this series covers Irrawaddy, Yangon and Bago regions.
Gov’t officials question AA representatives about viral statement as NRPC meets with non-signatories to NCA in Naypyitaw.
U Myint Maung, the region's minister of natural resources and environmental conservation, was approved during an emergency session of the local legislature with no objections.
Public anger over safety standards has grown in China over industrial accidents ranging from mining disasters to factory fires that have marred three decades of swift economic grow
Vietnam says the boat sank after hitting rocks while being chased by a China Maritime Surveillance ship. China says its ship was approaching the sinking boat and rescued the crew.
The research looked at the health consequences of unsafe water and sanitation for children in 16 countries undergoing conflict, including Myanmar, Afghanistan and Yemen.
This day 46 years ago saw the death of the most important promoter of Myanmar literature of the century and the first Burmese principal at Rangoon University, U Pe Maung Tin.
Company sought to extract minerals in nation’s largest protected wilderness area in Putao Township
A statement from the President's Office gave no reason for the resignations, but many see a link to the same corruption investigation that has ensnared the chief minister.
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