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We Need Righteous People Who Are Respected Politically and Soc...

Kyaw Zwa Moe, editor of The Irrawaddy English edition, with Tampadipa Institute director Dr Khin Zaw Win and political analyst Yan Myo Thein. (Photo: The Irrawaddy) On this week's edition of Dateline Irrawaddy, The Irrawaddy's English edition ... Irrawaddy, 3 weeks ago

Students, NGOs Say Govt Violates Agreement on Education Law Overhaul

Student protesters from Mandalay arrive in Okpo, Pegu Division, on Feb. 12. (Photo: Sai Zaw / The Irrawaddy) RANGOON — Student leaders and education NGOs on Sunday accused Burma's government of violating the conditions of a recently reached ...
 Irrawaddy1 month ago Protests Continue as Lawmakers Urged to Amend Education Law  Irrawaddy2 months ago Second court appearance of students, supporters with heavy security presence  Eleven Myanmar5 days ago Student Leaders Blocked From Parliamentary Hearing on National Education Law  Radio Free Asia3 weeks ago

Journalists Handed 2-Month Prison Sentence on Defamation Charge

Chief editor Than Htike Thu and deputy chief reporter San Moe Tun were sentenced to two months in prison on defamation charges in Mon State on Wednesday. (Photo: Hein Htet / Facebook) RANGOON — A Moulmein Township Courtin Mon State on ...
 Irrawaddy1 week ago Myanmar jails 2 journalists for defamation  Bangkok Post1 week ago Myanmar Court Jails 2 Journalists for Defamation  Tempo.co1 week ago Myanmar Sentences Two Reporters to Two Months Each in Jail For Defamation  Radio Free Asia1 week ago

Court hears persecution witness in case against Eleven Media Group

:45 The Ministry of Information building in Nay Pyi Taw where the printing press worth over 700,000 euros is located (Photo - EMG) The interrogation of the persecution witness in the trial against Eleven Media Group started on Thursday. ...
 Eleven Myanmar1 week ago

Myanmar jails two journalists on defamation charges

The Mawlamyine Township Court in Mon State has sentenced two local journalists to two months in prison under section 500 of defamation charges. It is the first time for the journalists to face imprisonment on defamation charges in more than 100 ...
 Asia News Network1 week ago Journalists imprisoned for misquote of military MP  DVB1 week ago Journalists jailed for defaming military MP  Myanmar Times1 week ago Two journalists jailed on defamation charges  Eleven Myanmar1 week ago

Exclusive: How South Korea pushed govt to end garment worker protests

When Yangon labourers from five foreign-owned factories reeled out the picket lines and demanded a meagre pay boost at the end of January, their calls were initially dismissed. Two weeks later, however, the government shifted into overdrive to quell ...
 Myanmar Times1 week ago

Government frees first batch of students

Just under half of the student demonstrators arrested on March 10 at Letpadan have been green-lighted for release, the government said, as calls grew yesterday for the release of all of those detained. The government said it would release from ...
 Myanmar Times2 weeks ago Tension Mounts as Clock Ticks for Student Demonstrators  Irrawaddy3 weeks ago

Anger, Dismay and Resolve as Freed Students Speak Out

Ye Moh Moh Aung, speaks to reporters beside her mother outside Thayawaddy Prison in Pegu Division on Thursday. (Photo: Hein Htet / The Irrawaddy) THAYAWADDY, Pegu Division — Students detained on Tuesday and released two days later in ...
 Irrawaddy2 weeks ago

After crackdown on students, Myanmar's will to reform questioned

Student protesters are seen gripping on to the bars of a prison vehicle as they are … Police hold weapons as they stand guard in front of a court during the arrival of … A student protester exits a prison vehicle, as he is sent to a court in ...
 Yahoo! Singapore2 weeks ago Hundreds of Police Deployed Along Myanmar Students Protest Route  Radio Free Asia1 month ago

Throwback Thursday, Flashback Friday: Repression Redux in Burma

Police try to detain a female student protestor after a protest in front of a market in Letpadan on March 6, 2015. (Photo: Sai Zaw / The Irrawaddy) Ugly scenes this week near Rangoon's sacred Sule Pagoda and City Hall have further tarnished ...
 Irrawaddy3 weeks ago
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