Six Arakanese living in Singapore were arrested by police there this week—allegedly at the Myanmar government’s request. Police also seized computers and cell phones.
Two of the four are said to be Rohingya men from Myanmar who are alleged to have provided support to the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, Malaysian police say.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said licenses will be issues to do business where national security is not threatened. What the means remains opaque.
US President Donald Trump tweeted that India has “long had a field day” slapping tariffs on US goods. “No longer acceptable!” he wrote. Indian officials beg to differ.
While international cooperation is necessary, so are criminal investigations, guaranteed citizenship and implementation of the Kofi Anon Commission’s proposal, he said.
Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina called a US Congressman’s proposal to recognize Myanmar’s Rakhine State as part of Bangladesh “reprehensible and unjust” on Monday.
A Smart Axiata spokesperson told reporters the technology is ready to be deployed in Cambodia’s urban areas, once government licensure is in place.
While the death of a controversial extradition bill is a major win for protestors, it remains to be seen if their other demands—resignations, investigations—are met.
After decades of failed attempts, stakeholders are overjoyed. But new hotels and management transparency issues mean challenges still lie ahead.
A feasibility study and deep discussions between Kachin State officials and a Chinese company are now underway, despite criticisms over a lack of transparency.
In starting legal proceedings, she said Interpol failed to protect her and her family and is "complicit in the internationally wrongful acts of … China."
While protest organizers said 230,000 marched in a protest across a harbor from the Asian financial hub’s CBD, police put the number at 56,000.
At least one student union has turned down the offer, saying the city's leader requested a closed-door meeting. "The dialogue must be open to all,” it said.
The suggestion comes after US President Donald Trump said the US might slap a 456 percent increase on South Korean and Taiwanese steel processed in Vietnam.
Replanting trees in deforested areas the size of the US would capture two-thirds of man-made, planet-warming emissions, scientist in Kuala Lumpur said Thursday.