26 The News For 26 September 2018
The deal says the Chinese authorities will be involved in selecting future bishops, leading some to fear further suppression of their faith.
China and the US should avoid falling into a zero-sum game trap, the Chinese government's top diplomat said, amid deteriorating ties between the superpowers.
Greenpeace says Singapore's Wilmar International, the world's biggest palm oil trader, is destroying the forest. Wilmar says the activists are criminals
Ministry of Home Affairs orders eight detained again; police preparing case on a separate offense related to deadly protest
Researcher Ko Nyi Nyi Aung training villagers to view cave systems as key part of local ecosystems
The Yangon Region High Court will investigate the attorney general and five others suspected of taking bribes to drop a case against the alleged killers of comedian Aung Yell Htwe.
Demands for an apology for the public beating of three Buddhist monks, which spurred nationwide participation in protests during the Saffron Revolution, have still not been met.
Editorial & Opinion
Myanmar’s leaders should take examples from the Korean leaders’ willingness for peace, their sending of special delegations and face-to-face meetings.Read Now
A UN fact-finding mission has given the military a list of recommendations to address the Rohingya crisis. The burning question is how open it is to r
Already wielding considerable political power under the Constitution, and with the NLD making itself more unpopular by the day, why would it?
Unable to decipher our leaders’ carefully chosen words, many would-be analysts of Myanmar badly misread the political situation here.
Staff Writers & Photographers
Eight Arakanese Re-Arrested after Completing Sentence for Mrauk-U Protest
Caves Are More than Sites for Buddhist Shrines: Expert
High Court Takes Up Corruption Case Against Yangon Attorney General, Others
Business Community Counters Gov’t Reasons for Kyat Depreciation
National Planning Law Expects Highest Growth in Telecom, Industrial, Financial Sectors
Myanmar Official says ‘Totally Underestimated’ Economic Impact of Rohingya Crisis
‘We Still Can’t Build Trust’: RCSS Spokesperson
New Mon State Party Leader Frustrated With Peace Process 'Stalemate' But Hopeful
A Critical UN Report and What Is to Come
Korean Reconciliation: Three Lessons for Myanmar’s Leaders
Myanmar Caught in Her Own Trap
From the Army’s Perspective, Now Is Not the Time to Stage a Coup
Ten Things to Do in Yangon This Week
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European Film Festival to Bring More Real Life and Love to the Screens
Organic Poultry Farm Makes Waves in Yangon
Experience an Aussie Dining ‘Sensation’ at Sule Shangri-La
Do Modern Food Trends Pose Risks to our Health?
Local Brand Uses Traditional Fabrics to Produce Handmade Shoes
Serenity of Artist's Latest Paintings Only Skin Deep
Artist Turns Medium Into Message to Challenge Stigma of Women's Sarongs
Unseen Photos From 8888 Uprising to Go on Display
Garbage and the City
Fighting Fire in a Wasteland