Govt Refuses to Deal With Wa-Led Alliance as Bloc

Govt peace team says it will only negotiate with coalition members separately.

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Karen State Chief Minister Injured in Car Accident

The chief minister suffered a broken leg and dislocated wrist in a car accident in Hpa-An.

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Murders, Masked men Spook Rohingya in Bangladesh Camps

Struggle for control of camp supplies is behind violence, say police.

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Obituary: Nobel-winning Chinese Dissident’s Life-long Advocacy

Chinese Nobel laureate and political prisoner Liu Xiaobo died in custody at 61. 

The post From The Irrawaddy

Yangon Furniture Store Promotes Local Craftsmanship

Sirboni Furnishings hopes to boost local sales of its sustainable designs.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Enforce timber law: MP

Illegal logging results in billions in lost revenue A member of parliament urged the Union government to enforce the laws against the illegal trade of timber in Myanmar during yesterday’s...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Independent journalists visit in Buthidaung

A group of independent local and foreign journalists reached Buthidaung, Rakhine State on their way to Sittway, yesterday. A number of journalists went to Taungbazar village by boat from...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Exports increase in Maungtaw Border Trade Zone

By Myint Maung Soe & Aung Kyaw Oo Border trade in Maungtaw, Rakhine State reached US$1.75 million during the first three months of FY2017-2018, according to official statistics of the...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Saving Cultures in Karenni

Guides use community-based tourism to help save Karenni State’s waning traditions.

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