Activists plan to march outside the country’s parliament building this Thursday to demand stronger forestry laws and greater protection for dwindling rainforests.
As Southeast Asia grapples with massive tides of trash hitting its shores, a Cambodian coffee shop owner has outfit his chic café with local refuse.
What, beyond vanity, the sanctions may materially mean remains to be seen. “The leaders don’t travel to the US, and they need not travel there,” a spokesperson said.
The US State Dept. announced a ban on Tatmadaw Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing and other army officials from traveling to the US, urging Myanmar’s government to act.
Trump’s reversal, and rapid implementation by the Commerce Department, suggests chip industry lobbying, coupled with Chinese political pressure, may have paid off.
Singapore Home Affiars accuse the deportees and the brother of an AA chief still in the custody of organizing and raising funds for the Arakan Army from Singapore.
A on climate changes in global urban centers showed that 77 percent of the cities it looked at will experience a striking change in climate conditions by 2050.
Restrictions imposed by a newly appointed minister are only the latest in ongoing press attacks and restrictions since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in 2014.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said licenses will be issues to do business where national security is not threatened. What the means remains opaque.
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.
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."