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About 99 results for "New Light Of Myanmar Newspaper"

Few Political Prisoners Released in Latest Myanmar Amnesty
Radio Free Asia

New Light of Myanmar rebranded

YANGON — Myanmar's state newspaper, which for years railed against the international media as a mouthpiece of the former junta, relaunched Wednesday as the "Global New Light of Myanmar" (GNLM) to mark its rebirth as a part-private publication. ... Bangkok Post, 3 weeks ago
Towards a freer press in the new Myanmar Mizzima News, 2 weeks ago

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Myanmar's former state-run English-version daily starts operating as Joint Venture

Myanmar's former state-run English- version daily newspaper -- the New Light of Myanmar (NLOM) started operating as a joint venture with a private investor Wednesday under a new name of "Global New Light of Myanmar". The original owner, which is ...
 China.org.cn3 weeks ago XINHUA - Myanmar's former state-run English-version daily starts operating as Joint Venture  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago

Minister Vows to Turn Govt Mouthpieces Into Public Service Newspapers

The New Light of Myanmar's English and Burmese-language editions. (Photo: JPaing / The Irrawaddy) RANGOON — Minister of Information Ye Htut told a media conference on Thursday that he intends to push ahead with a plan that would turn ...
 Irrawaddy1 month ago

For First Time in 50 Years, Burma's Military Welcomes Women Officers

Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlang presents an award to cadet Lay New Tun during the graduation ceremony. (Photo: New Light of Myanmar) RANGOON— For the first time in more than half a century, a class of women military cadets has graduated from Burma's ...
 Irrawaddy1 month ago

Koh Tao suspect innocent, says dad

The father of a Myanmar worker charged with the murders of two British tourists on Koh Tao last month has pleaded for a chance to talk to his son. U Tun Tun Hteik, who lives in Kapi village of Rakhine state's Kyaukphyu township, told Mizzima news ...
 Bangkok Post2 weeks ago
Outlook India

Why Were Living in the Golden Age of International Investigative Journalism

Newspapers might be a dying breed. But investigative reporting on injustices around the world is prospering. To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch.com here . In our world, the ...
 AlterNet.org1 month ago The Fall And Rise Of Investigative Journalism  Outlook India1 month ago Why We're In A Golden Age of Global Investigative Journalism  Mother Jones1 month ago Anya Schiffrin, Who Knew We Were Living in the Golden Age of Investigative Journalism?  OpEdNews.com1 month ago
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Cruising Myanmar's Irrawaddy River

Mandalay, Myanmar - The driver swerved around pedestrians, motorbikes and mules as our hired SUV sped through Mandalay on a hot July day. Riding in the back seat, I gripped the headrest in front of me and hung on for dear life. Dust swirled as we ...
 IOL3 weeks ago Myanmar lifts curfew in violence-hit Mandalay  Sify2 months ago Cruising Burma's Irrawaddy River in style  Washington Post1 month ago In Burma, a cruise along the Irrawaddy River from Mandalay to Bagan  Washington Post1 month ago
Channel NewsAsia

Nine Myanmar officers injured in factory unrest

YANGON: Nine Myanmar police officers were injured as they sought to free officials held hostage by dozens of angry workers demanding wages and compensation after their factory was shuttered, authorities said yesterday. More than 150 former staff ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Nine Myanmar police injured freeing hostages in factory rally  New Straits Times1 month ago 9 police injured freeing 'hostages'  Myanmar Times1 month ago Nine cops injured freeing hostages in factory rally  The Gulf Today1 month ago
NEWS.com.au

Special report: As tough as they come

Source: News Corp Australia JULIE Bishop has tears in her eyes. She's sitting in a hotel room in Myanmar, down the corridor from US Secretary of State John Kerry, while Secret Service agents pace up and down and sniffer dogs work the carpark. She's ...
 NEWS.com.au2 months ago
Malay Mail

Rights groups condemn Myanmar's Rohingya plan

By By | Reuters 2 minutes 49 seconds ago Share this View Photo Reuters/Reuters - Rohingya Muslims attend a wrestling festival at Kyaukpannu village in Maungdaw, northern Rakhine state, June 6, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun YANGON (Reuters) - ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News3 weeks ago Myanmar's plan for Rohingya Muslims detention camps condemned  Malay Mail3 weeks ago Myanmar Government to Sue Local News Group Over Corruption Claims  Radio Free Asia3 weeks ago Rights groups condemn Myanmar's Rohingya plan  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago
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