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By Khin Maung Oo National races—Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Myanmar, Mon, Rakhine, Shan and many other national ethnic people had collectively settled down in Myanmar, our country, fo...

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Analysis: Myanmar Journalists Call For Balanced Rakhine Coverage in Intl Media

Myanmar journalists, observers, and general public are unhappy about what they see as one-sided and oversimplified reporting on Rakhine.

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Myanmar Photojournalists Detained in Bangladesh

Minzayar Oo and Hkun Lat were working on assignment in Cox’s Bazar for Germany’s GEO magazine.

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Govt Investment Director Confident in Foreign Investment Despite Rakhine Conflict

U Aung Naing Oo says Rakhine’s investment is mainly offshore.

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Southern Thailand Insurgent Group Says Talks Doomed

Barisan Revolusi Nasional says will negotiate with government to try to end decades of bloodshed only if they drop conditions.

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TIMELINE:  Reporters’ 67 Days Behind Bars

Freed after 67 days in detention, The Irrawaddy looks at the most pivotal moments during the arrest and imprisonment of three journalists.

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N. Korea Fires Another Missile Over Japan, Deepening Regional Tensions

Launch comes after biggest N. Korea nuclear test this month.

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Thai Human Rights Body Hears Complaints Against Tanintharyi Coal Mine

Local villagers complain that Ban Chaung coal mine—run by three Thai firms—is severely damaging the environment.

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Behind the ‘Textbook Example’

While the international community lambasts the State Counselor, observers should look closer at the group that sparked the latest bout of Rakhine violence, writes Mon Mon Myat.

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