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Myanmar former ruling party sacks senior members

Myanmar's former ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) has sacked 17 senior members including U Shwe Mannn, former acting party chairman and former speaker of the Union Parliament and House of Representatives (Lower House), local ... China.org.cn, 1 week ago
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Radio Free Asia

Myanmar Disputes Bangladesh Account of Deported Rohingya Muslims

UPDATED at 12:55 P.M. on 23-04-16 Myanmar dismissed on Saturday a recent assertion by border control authorities in neighboring Bangladesh that they had this month deported at least 340 Muslim Rohingyas without any resistance from Myanmar ...
 Radio Free Asia1 week ago

After cabinet controversies, can the NLD deliver?

The start has been, critics say, inauspicious. With its penchant for secrecy, missteps, odd choices and sudden shifts, the new National League for Democracy government has so far failed to impress with its choice of cabinet ministers. Appointed ...
 Myanmar Times1 week ago

Koh Tao verdict an extreme miscarriage of justice: report

Legal advisers working on the appeal of two migrant workers sentenced to death in Thailand say they have strong case for the verdict to be overturned. They say the original sentence was based on circumstantial evidence only and represented an ...
 Myanmar Times1 week ago Koh Tao appeal hearing delayed again  Myanmar Times1 month ago
VOA News

Myanmar Eyes Nationwide Clemency for Political Activists

YANGON, MYANMAR— Myanmar officials are reviewing court cases against political prisoners and working to drop all remaining charges against them, according to a top official. Htay Zaw, a spokesperson for the president's office, told VOA's ...
 VOA News1 week ago

President's Office Calls Out Media Company For Alleged Govt Bribe

SkyNet Pavilion in Naypyidaw during the Thingyan New Year water festival in mid-April 2016. (Photo: Htet Naing Zaw / The Irrawaddy) RANGOON — Burma's President's Office sent a warning on Wednesday to a media company who they allege gave a ...
 Irrawaddy1 week ago

Troubling Early Signs in Myanmar's New Government

loading... by Joshua Kurlantzick April 12, 2016 The expectations for Myanmar's new, National League for Democracy (NLD)-led government are almost impossibly high. After five decades under military or quasi-military rule, many Myanmar citizens ...
 Council On Foreign Relations3 weeks ago
Anadolu Ajansi

Myanmar gov't says 138 political detainees freed so far

By Kyaw Ye Lynn YANGON, Myanmar Almost 140 political detainees have so far been unconditionally freed in Myanmar, with the new government working to grant an amnesty to those remaining in detention once the country's new year festival is over.
 Anadolu Ajansi3 weeks ago

New govt bypasses NDSC with amnesty

The government says it intends to bypass the military-controlled National Defence and Security Council to free political prisoners and activists on trial for political offences as soon as possible. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi announced the amnesty in a ...
 Myanmar Times3 weeks ago

Kites above Kyaikkasan

It's a tradition loved by young and old and in Myanmar it is considered one of the nation's traditional sports, part of its heritage. A kite flies above the competition's oldest participant Maung Tin. (Aung Htay Hlaing / The Myanmar Times) ...
 Myanmar Times3 weeks ago
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