Police say they were surrounded by armed men while trying to arrest two human trafficking suspects, while one camp resident said they were shot at unprovoked.
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The case could have repercussions for hundreds of other protesters who have not yet been charged.
The US said there would be no end to its tariffs until China changed its ways, after China warned that the shadow of protectionism and unilateralism was hanging over global growt
Two years after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced a divorce with old ally the US in return for bumper business ties with China, he doesn't have much to show for it.
Repatriation and relocation programs are likely to be revisited after year-end general elections, a top Bangladeshi official says.
The meetings are part of a series of informal discussions being held this weekend in an effort to move the struggling peace process forward.
Social welfare minister U Win Myat Aye said that the Rohingya returnees who do want to be repatriated are being dissuaded from doing so through threats from ARSA affiliates.
Devices found in attache cases in front of town’s Central Market; no blasts or suspects reported.
The Kachin State native has been appointed WWF-Myanmar’s ambassador in order to take down the illegal wildlife trade by raising public awareness of the issue.
Ministry plans to accept interest-free loan from Beijing to buy 80 million yuan worth of Chinese train carriages.
When local authorities inspected a suspicious boat in the Gulf of Martaban south of Yangon they found 106 Rohingya fleeing their Sittwe internment camp for Malaysia.
New Zealand’s prime minister said that her country shares the concerns of the international community but remains willing to help in Rakhine’s “incredibly complex” situatio
The party will cooperate with ethnic and other like-minded parties in hopes of creating a third party alliance to contest the 2020 elections.
US President Donald Trump didn't make it to this week's summit of Asian nations in Singapore, but his influence was still keenly felt among the leaders who gathered in the city.
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