Daw Aung San Suu Kyi Says Rule of Law Must Come First

"Some argue that peace should be the top priority, not the rule of law. But without the rule of law, peace will not last long,” the state counselor said.

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Mandalay Revives Traditional Thingyan Nights to Attract Visitors

The city development committee hopes that by blending the old and the new, more people will travel to Mandalay to enjoy the festival.

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Holocaust Museum Strips Suu Kyi of Award

The Myanmar Embassy in D.C. said the museum was misled after it revoked the State Counselor’s Elie Wiesel Award.

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Govt Greenlights Electricity Joint Ventures in Mon State, Bago Region

Singapore and Thai firms join local partners to supply 29 MW to homes, industrial park not connected to national grid.

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Profiles in Empowerment

Inspiring stories of women who are making vital contributions to Myanmar’s society

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Rakhine Govt Building Ring Road on Popular Island Off Ngapali Beach

A state minister said the new road will draw tourists, but some fear the environmental damage could do more harm than good.

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Artist Responds to Disaster with Love

A Myanmar artist is concerned for the world. He has responded through his art.

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Grenade Blast Kills One in Sri Lanka Communal Violence, Social Media Blocked

The country has been rocked by communal clashes in its central highlands since Sunday following attacks on Muslims by nationalist Sinhalese crowds.

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Violence Against Women and Girls Still a Global Problem

Local campaigns like ‘Press for Progress’ and ‘It’s Not OK’ deserve our support.

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Enhancing Partnership in Non-Traditional Security Issues in Mekong – Lancang Cooperation: Human Trafficking Issue in Myanmar by Prof. Dr. Khin Ma Ma Myo


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