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Local Committee Defuses Border Row Between Muse Residents, Chinese Villagers

Hpai Kawng villagers objected after Chinese began putting up fence on Myanmar territory

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Local Brand Uses Traditional Fabrics to Produce Handmade Shoes

Vibrant footwear, handbags made by Myanmar’s Heart catching on among both locals and foreigners

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UK Foreign Secretary Hunt Gets Rare Cold Shoulder From Commander-in-Chief

Snr. Gen. Min Aung Hlaing has received a number of foreign diplomats and UN officials over the crisis in Rakhine State. Secretary Hunt has just become the exception.

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‘The issue has prompted serious challenges for us’: President’s Office Spokesman

Spokesperson U Zaw Htay says the report further damages the country’s image and has potential to cause divisions between communities.

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USDP Official in Sagaing Faces Defamation Suit over Rohingya Aid Claims

Police say head of party’s Shwebo district chapter used hate speech in attack on government

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Serenity of Artist’s Latest Paintings Only Skin Deep

MPP Ye Myint's latest show is filled with majestic paintings of a bygone Bagan's temples and gates. But the works hold a critical message.

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National Planning Law Expects Highest Growth in Telecom, Industrial, Financial Sectors

The National Planning Law calls for drastic changes across a number of sectors in a move to abate high inflation rates and accelerate the growth of the economy.

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From The Irrawaddy

Govt to Probe Claims Citizenship Cards Wrongly Issued to Rohingya, Minister Says

U Thein Swe said the Immigration Ministry would investigate allegations by the KNPP that more than 3,000 of the cards were issued to Rohingya wrongly identifying them as Kaman.


From The Irrawaddy

Ethnic Mro Murdered in Maungdaw, N. Rakhine

Buthidaung Township Lawmaker U Aung Thaung Shwe’s proposal in parliament to form a militia with local villagers to improve security in the area has been rejected.

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