One Killed, 2 Injured in Landslide at Rohingya Refugee Camp

A Rohingya girl was killed and two other children were injured in a landslide at the Kutupalong refugee camp on the outskirts of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

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Thai Environment Protesters Claim Victory in Battle over Forest Housing

Environmental activists claimed victory after the country's military govt agreed in talks not to use forested land to develop luxury property.

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Hawaiians Race Home for Pets, Essentials During Lull in Volcano Eruptions

So far no fatalities or major injuries have been reported from the volcano, which began erupting on Thursday, but at least 26 homes have been destroyed.

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Trump Assures Bangladesh of US Support Amid Rohingya Crisis

In a letter, Trump also said those in Myanmar responsible for instigating the crisis must be held accountable, said a Bangladeshi official.

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UNSC Should Understand the Complexity and Multitude of Issues Facing Myanmar

A UN Security Council delegation visits northern Rakhine for the first time since military clearance operations forced 700,000 Rohingya to flee to Bangladesh.

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Fighting Between Two Allied Ethnic Armies Injures Two in Northern Shan

Residents of Namtu hurt as shell strikes village during clash between SSPP, TNLA

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More Than A Dozen Killed as Debris Mound Collapses at Mine in Hpakant

Scores of informal jade mine workers missing as slag heap gives way

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Court Holds Hearing in Corruption Case Against FDA Chief

FDA Director-General U Than Htut appears in Mandalay Divisional Court on Friday for the start of his corruption trial.

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News Editor Loses Bid to Have Evidence Thrown Out

Mandalay court says taped criticism of U Wirathu can be submitted

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