19 The News For 19 February 2018
Minister U Thein Swe said Myanmar would check that the listed refugees had resided in Myanmar within a week and then inform Bangladesh to start the repatriation.
Joint team says no arrests made; total haul of drugs and equipment worth nearly 10 billion kyat
The regional government has banned picking of the state flower after photos of visitors cutting branches off a Rhododendron tree drew rebuke on social media.
Majority of Myanmar people don’t think such a probe would be fair, says president’s spokesperson
Korean firm didn’t realize it had no right to sell land plots, officials say
The question facing our leaders should no longer be if, but when, terrorists will strike
About 1,500 locals took to the streets on Sunday to demand the death penalty for the suspect in the Feb. 13 rape and murder of a two-year-old girl.
Editorial & Opinion
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For a comprehensive solution to the crisis in Rakhine State, ARSA must face international pressure to end its violent ways.
Women's rights advocates are calling for legislation that better protects vulnerable women from rape — even the death penalty.
Myanmar’s democracy has entered a dark new period with the prosecution of journalists for doing their job.
Staff Writers & Photographers
Myanmar Receives List of Returnees From Bangladesh
Army, Police Raid Drug Labs in Northern Shan State
Chin State Bans Hunting, Picking Rhododendron Flowers
$10M Land Reclamation Project in Restive Rakhine Readies for Sales
BGF Plans Large City Expansion Project in Karen State
Graft Fight Holds Key to Development, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi Tells ASEAN Summit
Ties Forged in 'Brotherhood'
Suu Kyi Still Holds Out Hope, Says Surakiart
KIA Says Tatmadaw On the Offensive to Clear Economic Corridor
How Prepared Is Myanmar To Counter Terror Attacks?
Transnational Terrorism and ARSA's Fight for a 'Just Cause'
Is Capital Punishment for Rapists the Answer?
Enjoy a Good Coffee With Traditional Myanmar Desserts
Ten Things to Do in Yangon This Week
The Best Spots for a Romantic Dinner on Valentine’s Day
Artist Doesn’t Hesitate to Change the World With Her Brushes
10th Yangon Photo Fest Aiming for Biggest Crowds Yet
History Unfolding under Starry Skies
New Pyin Oo Lwin Elephant Camp Opens to the Public
A Peacemaker’s Life in Pictures
Keeping Alive the Art of Handcrafted Danu Umbrellas