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25 trainees receive vocational skills for making snack, juice

Authorities in Bago has conducted a vocational training on making value-added food, attracting about 25 people. The course opened yesterday at the Cooperative Syndicate, Kyauktwingone...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Senior General arrives back home after attending Defence & Security 2017 in Thailand

A delegation led by Senior General Min Aung Hlaing who attended Defence & Security 2017 exhibition left Suvarnabhumi international airport yesterday morning. The Commander-in-Chie...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Many people visit Pakhan Gyi Ancient Monastery

The ancient monastery, Pakhan Gyi was built by U Pho Toke and Daw Phae about 150 years ago in Yesagyo, Pakokku District and was named “second Bagan” So; many people visited Pha Khan G...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Yangon to receive 24-hour electricity supply

Yangon will get an around-the-clock supply of electricity in the Yangon Region with the help of over 430 megawatts which will be produced by three power plants next year, said Daw Nil...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

‘It Will Not Be a Good Situation if We Are Forced to Sign the NCA’: NMSP Vice Chairman

New Mon State Party vice chairman Nai Hong Sar discusses the ongoing peace process and ceasefire negotiations with The Irrawaddy’s Lawi Weng.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Religious Affairs Ministry Targets Alleged Sex Predator for Defaming Buddhism

Ministry plans to file charge against 25-year-old who reportedly convinced girls he was the next Buddha.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Myanmar Government ‘Wronged’ by UN Statement

Govt spokesman says statement on Rohingya crisis echoes perceived international bias.

The post From The Irrawaddy

American Tourist Dies After Falling From Bagan Pagoda

After hundreds of pagodas were damaged by an earthquake in August last year, authorities ban climbing at most of the sites for safety reasons.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Traffickers Prey on Lost Rohingya Children in Bangladesh Camps

United Nations says trafficking networks already exist in southern Bangladesh’s sprawling camps.

The post From The Irrawaddy

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