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ARSA terrorists massacred Hindus in last year’s turmoil: Amnesty
May 24, 2018
Rohingya terrorists massacred Hindu villagers during last year's uprising in Myanmar's Rakhine State, Amnesty International said Wednesday in a report that sheds fresh light on the complex ethnic riva... 42

New UN envoy to travel to Myanmar next month
May 24, 2018
The new United Nations envoy for Myanmar will pay a first visit to Naypyidaw next month for talks on the Rohingya refugee crisis, UN sources said Wednesday. Christine Schraner Burgener, who was Swi... 43

Myanmar considering taking action over UAE entering no-fly zone
May 24, 2018
Myanmar's civil aviation authorities have warned they may take action against a passenger plane of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that flew in Yangon's no-fly zone, Xinhua reported quoting state media... 45

Telenor Seeks Applications for 6th Telenor Youth Forum
May 24, 2018
Applications for the next Telenor Youth Forum (TYF) which will run in Oslo, Norway, from December 8-11, 2018 is now open in Myanmar. Anyone between 20-28 years of age in Myanmar who is fluent in Engli... 39

New coach selects Myanmar squad for China friendly match
May 23, 2018
New head coach for Myanmar national team has selected the squad to play friendly match against China national team in Nanjing on May 26. The selection came one day after Mr Antoine Hey became Myanm... 47

Social media team will not spy on netizens, official says
May 23, 2018
The Social Media Monitoring Team (SMMT) will not be watching over local Facebook users, said U Win Khant, permanent secretary of the Ministry of Transport and Communications. “The objective of th... 52

Mobile phone usage in Myanmar increases 110 percent
May 23, 2018
The mobile phone usage rate increased to over 110.43 percent in Myanmar, according to Xinhua quoting the Ministry of Transport and Communications. It was increased by 22 percent while there was o... 49

Judge accepts phone evidence in Reuters reporters case
May 23, 2018
Reuters reporter Wa Lone said while leaving the courtroom that they would fully defend against evidence allowed by the Judge that were allegedly extracted from their mobile phones. The two Reuters ... 44

Govt. starts removal of Kyauktaw-Mrauk U railway
May 23, 2018
State government is implementing the removal of Kyauktaw-Mrauk U railway in Danyawady archaeological zone, Rakhine State and machinery are working to create flat surfaces along the railway starting fr... 44

UEC to release lists of eligible voters for by-election
May 23, 2018
Union Election Commission (UEC) will release the lists of eligible voters in 13 vacant constituencies for by-election scheduled for November 3, in the last week of June or in the first week of July, t... 50

Esteemed Buddhist Monks Visited the ROK Embassy
May 23, 2018
On the occasion of Buddha’s Birthday in lunar calendar in Korea, Ashin Saykeinda, Rector for Dhammaduta Chekinda University, and other esteemed Buddhist monks visited to the Embassy of the Republic ... 57

Thai employers accused of seizing workers’ papers
May 22, 2018
Many Thai employers allegedly violate the rights of Myanmar migrant workers by keeping their legal documents, which is against the law, a Thai-based migrant workers’ rights group said. ‘’Ther... 56

Local residents in Tamu concerned over oil exploration
May 22, 2018
Local residents in Tamu district, Sagaing Region are concerned about oil exploration in their area by Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) under Ministry of Electricity and Energy and Indian Compan... 58

YRTA to Take Action Against Taxis and Privately Owned Vehicles Parking at YBS Bus Stops
May 22, 2018
Yangon Regional Transport Authority (YRTA) will take action against taxis and privately owned vehicles parking at YBS bus stops, according to Naw Pan Thinzar Myo, a member of Yangon Regional governmen... 49

Convenience stores open at some public hospitals
May 22, 2018
Convenience stores have been opened at some public hospitals, and plans are underway to open quality drug stores and small restaurants for patients and hospital staff, according to the Ministry of Hea... 44

Social-economic lives impacted due to undisciplined stone production
May 22, 2018
KITSAPA-Due to undisciplined stones production activities in Laymyo River, Myauk-U Township, Rakhine State, there have been socio-economic consequences, such as riverbank erosions and loss of farmland... 49

Fire burns down car carrying MoU workers on Dawna mountain road
May 22, 2018
A vehicle carrying Myanmar migrant workers, who are under MoU agreements, caught fire on Dawna mountain road near Myanmar-Thailand border in early morning of May 21 but no injury is reported, sources ... 46

Myanmar Downhill Junior 2018 cycling contest held in Mandalay
May 21, 2018
THE Myanmar Downhill Junior 2018, a downhill cycling contest for young riders was held on Mandalay Hill in Mandalay yesterday morning. A total of more than 30 young cyclists whose age range fro... 65

Kyauktawgyi with unique design and murals
May 21, 2018
KYAUKTAWGYI Pagoda where a large Buddha Image carved from a single alabaster boulder is placed has been an attractive tourism site for years. Located near the famous teak bridge crossing Taungt... 63

Annual Gems Emporium set for Nay Pyi Taw next month
May 21, 2018
The 55th Gems Emporium is set for Nay Pyi Taw in late June, according to Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation. According to local media, the annual event will be held from... 59

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