All Chindwin River ferries to resume service

Water transport along the Chindwin River in Sagaing Region will resume today after suspending operations for nine days due to flooding. “Water vessels, including cargo vessels and passeng...

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State Counsellor receives Rakhine Advisory Commission

State Counsellor and Union Minister for Foreign Affairs H.E. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi received Mr. Kofi Annan, Chairman of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State and members of the Commissi...

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Kofi Annan: Don’t Leave Citizenship Issues ‘To Fester’

Advisory Commission’s final report recommends Muslim children born in Rakhine State be granted citizenship, so as to prevent further statelessness.

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From The Irrawaddy

Northern Alliance Appeals for Chinese Cooperation in Peace Process

The Wa-led bloc attended the second Panglong conference with China’s support; it now calls for increased cooperation to advance the peace process.

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From The Irrawaddy

Human Rights Program Launches in High Schools

The curriculum, designed by the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, has been put forward in 73 public schools in Bago Region.

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Amendments to Telecoms Law Passed

The controversial Article 66(d) remains in place, while the maximum sentence has been lowered and bail is made allowable.

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Chief Ministers Told to Review Past Govt MOUs

State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi gave the instructions during her first video conference with regional chief ministers.

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A Trip to Anyar

Two artists depict life in the central plains, in a gallery show at Aung San Stadium.

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Excessive Force Won’t Solve Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis: Annan Panel

Annan’s commission says perpetrators of rights abuses should be held accountable.

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