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A British tabloid stumbles into Burma's battle over fake news

On Wednesday, the Daily Mail published an article onlinewith the headline: "Heartbreaking images show 'Rohingya toddler tortured with a stun gun by laughing Burmese soldier' as Burma continues crackdown on the country's Muslim minority." The ... Washington Post, 1 month ago
The Forgotten Battle Open Magazine, 2 months ago

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The plight of Rohingya Muslims 15-Dec-16 139

Wednesday, 14 December 2016 Myanmar previously known as Burma gained independence in 1948 from British Raj. It is a predominantly a Buddhist country. In the year 1989, the military government officially changed the country's name from Burma to ...
 UNDPI.org1 month ago PLAIN TRUTH : Rohingya Muslims The World's Most Persecuted Minority UN  Bangla Mirror1 month ago The Rohingya  Gulf News1 month ago Rohingya Muslims The World's Most Persecuted Minority UN  The Muslim Weekly5 days ago
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Al Jazeera Correspondents: The Burma Boy

100,000 Africans from British colonies were sent to fight the Japanese in the jungles of Burma during WWII. We follow the life of one of these heroic soldiers. DURATION: 60 Broadcast Information 09/01/2017: 07:00:00 - Al Jazeera English ...
 Enhance TV2 weeks ago
The Telegraph UK

Burma police launch international manhunt after British teacher found dead in Yangon apartment

URMESE police have launched an international manhunt for Scottish teacher Harris Binotti who fled the country hours after a colleague was found dead in his apartment following an alcohol-fuelled night out.
 The Telegraph UK2 months ago
Sott.net

First senior British Army officer to be court-martialed since 1952

A Royal Armor Medical Corps brigadier is to be court-martialed over allegations of fraud and neglect of duty. He will be the first senior officer to be tried by the British Army since 1952. Charles Beardmore was at one time the most senior UK army ...
 Russia Today1 week ago
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Myanmar's green princess is a humble activist on a mission

Thant Cin, the great-granddaughter of Burma's last royal family, King Thibaw and Queen Supalayat, is considered one of Myanmar's first environmentalists and works to fight deforestation and environmental degradation in the Southeast Asian nation. ...
 Mongabay.com1 week ago The lost royals  BBC3 weeks ago Myanmar's lost royals  BBC3 weeks ago Myanmar leaders remember exiled king on 100th death anniversary  Indian Express1 month ago
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George Orwell in Burma: Graphic designer vows to make Myanmar town a tourist hub

Katha, Myanmar: In the 1990s, Nyo Ko Naing noticed that the handful of foreign tourists who made it to his remote hometown were carrying their own maps and looked like they were searching for something. Someone, it turns out, by the name of George ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Burma town looks to capitalize off George Orwell's early life  CTV News1 month ago Myanmar town wants the secret out: George Orwell slept here  Mail.com1 month ago Tourists seeking Orwell's Burmese Days  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago
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Outrage as last Dambuster ignored in New Year's honours but Cameron's cronies rewarded

Campaigners have expressed outrage after the last British "Dambuster" was snubbed in the New Year's Honours - but David Cameron 's cronies were rewarded. , 94, was a bomb aimer on Operation Chastise, Guy Gibson's famous mission to destroy the Ruhr ...
 MSN UK2 weeks ago

Minister, LG to lead islanders to celebrate liberation of first Indian land from British rule

It was way back in 1943 when Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose landed at Port Blair aerodrome and met the Japanese Military Commander of the island and on 30th of December that year hoisted the tricolour in Andaman Island, thereby fulfilling his promise of ...
 The Echo Of India3 weeks ago Subhash Chandra Bose: India's 'First Prime Minister'  Sify2 months ago Remembering Subhash Chandra Bose  Sify2 months ago

The last king of Burma in Ratnagiri

He once had it all — great power, glory, and wealth, but after losing a war with Britain in 1885, the 27-year-old king of Burma (now called Myanmar) was stripped of almost everything he cherished and was exiled to Ratnagiri, India. December 16, ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago
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