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Extremist terrorism on the rise!

As the extremist terrorists were committing arson, mine and terrorist attacks against villages, security posts and Buddhist monasteries and butchering innocent people in Maungtaw area the...


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Issuing notification of acknowledging and urging the people not to encourage, support and abet extremist terrorists

It is learnt according to the news release from Information Committee of State Counsellor’s Office at 6.45 pm of yesterday evening the encouraging, supporting and cooperating with extremi...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Warning In Relation With Extremist Terrorists

Information Committee of State Counsellor’ Office issues the warning notification which states not to do supporting to or abetting the extremist terrorists and ARSA, supplying , or writin...


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ARAKAN ROHINGYA SALVATION ARMY (ARSA) DECLARED AS TERRORISTGROUP

( Official Translation) The Republic of the Union of Myanmar Anti-terrorism Central Committee Order No. 1/2017 1379 MY 4 Waxing Day of Tawthalin (25 August 2017) ARAKAN ROHINGYA SALVATION...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Terrorists trying to destroy Maungtaw

Extremist terrorists blew out improvised bombs, set fire the villages and attacked the police outposts in Region-2 of Maungtaw yesterday from the morning to afternoon. About 100 extremist...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Muslim Militants Targeted Civilians in Rakhine: Govt

Civilians are allegedly being targeted as violence continues after attacks killed 12 security personnel on Friday.

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Thousands of Buddhist Rakhine, Hindus Evacuated from Northwest Myanmar

Violence sends thousands of Rohingya fleeing across border to Bangladesh as death toll continues to climb.

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 Northern Rakhine Cut Off As Violence Continues

Boat services from state capital Sittwe suspended after violent militant attacks, isolating Buthidaung, Maungdaw, and Rathedaung townships.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Stability of pulses market sought after India policy

Following India’s Restricted Pulse Import Policy, a co-ordination meeting on plans for Myanmar’s pulses exports in respective sectors was held at the Ministry of Commerce in Nay Pyi Taw y...


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