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Certificate Course in Basic Diplomatic Skills (41/2018) commences

The inauguration ceremony of the Certificate Course in Basic Diplomatic Skills (41/2018), conducted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was held at Wunzinminyarzar Hall of the Ministr...


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Mawlamyine University faculty, law students visit Union Election Commission

The Chairman of the Union Election Commission – (UEC), UEC members, and officials from the UEC office received an observation group from Mawlamyine University, led by the head profess...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Five Traders Arrested in Currency Manipulation Crackdown

Kyat strengthening against gold, dollar following arrests, authorities say

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TNLA, Tatmadaw Engage in Two Days of Clashes Near Muse

Around 200 villagers flee fighting in northern Shan; no details yet on casualties

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Local Weekly Newspaper Charged for Satirical Article

Appeals to Tenasserim Regional High Court to dismiss the case have been rejected while an appeal to Naypyitaw’s Supreme Court has not yet been decided upon.

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Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to Join Mekong-Japan Summit in Tokyo

The state counselor will join next week's 10th Mekong-Japan Summit to discuss ways to connect industries and improve infrastructure in the Mekong region, according to Japan Today.

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From The Irrawaddy

China Facilitates Informal Meeting at UN to Expedite Refugee Repatriation Process

Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed to creating a roadmap and timetable for the Rohingya repatriation process and for the first batch of returnees to take place as soon as possible.

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Long Road Ahead For Asian Drivers Revving Up to Go Electric

Experts say Asia lags other regions in creating the right incentives, regulations and infrastructure needed to make electric vehicles more attractive to drivers and businesses.


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Powerful Typhoon Kills Two, Snarls Transport For Thousands in Japan

Typhoon Trami, rated by Tropical Storm Risk as a category 1, the lowest on a five-point scale, killed two people and injured almost 130, public broadcaster NHK said.

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