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A land ownership dispute in Yangon's Dagon Seikkan Township has upset a local NGO’s efforts to provide housing for low-income families, and divided a community.
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The late U David Abel was a member of a military junta that showed little interest in his prescriptions for economic reform.
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Rakhine: INGOs issue warning over aid for displaced civilians
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 21
Tapping the tourism potential of the Myeik Archipelago
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 20
Court sets February 1 for final defence arguments in Ko Ni case
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 20
The idea that “to be Burmese is to be Bamar and Buddhist” should be supplanted by a broader notion – that “to be Burmese is to be born in Burma”.
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 19
From cursed treasure to British warplanes: the buried mysteries of Myanmar
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 18
A plan nearing completion for Yangon’s three sacred white elephants will enable them to roam an enclosure rather than being shackled for most of the day.
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 18
Tatmadaw warns journalists against calling domestic conflicts ‘civil wars’
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 18
Woman convicted in Singapore of abusing Myanmar maid
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 17
The Kachin Baptist Convention says it will never give up trying to uncover the truth behind the killings of two women teachers four years ago.
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 16
The European Commission will reinstate duties on rice from Cambodia and Myanmar after a surge in cheap imports that hurt European producers.
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 16
PODCAST: Residents of several villages close to Dawei, the capital of Tanintharyi Region, say that a nearby tin mine is contaminating their water supplies and affecting their livelihoods and their children's health. In Dawei and Burmese languages.
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 16
Phyo Min Thein promotes cashless system for Yangon buses at anniversary event
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 16
Kachin's plantation curse: illegally grown tissue culture bananas are making quick profits for some, but are also fuelling land conflict and environmental degradation.
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 16
Rohingya exodus from India to Bangladesh hits 1,300: official
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 15
SNAPSHOT: The Myanmar Fisheries Federation is hopeful that fisheries exports could top US$1 billion this fiscal year, up from $711 million, in part thanks to 13 factories getting permission to export prawns, fish and soft-shell crabs to the European Union. (Thuya Zaw | Frontier)
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 15
SITHU AUNG MYINT: Rotting melons raise questions about the NLD government’s priorities
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 14
Temasek and ADB back Myanmar investment fund
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Frontier Myanmar Jan 14
This week's cover story: Myanmar's growing drug problem is providing opportunities for some lawyers and police to pocket handsome sums from users and small-time dealers. On sale Thursday and available to digital subscribers tomorrow.
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