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The ‘victims’ of baby formula
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 19
Illegal charcoal trade threatens Myanmar’s remaining mangroves
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 19
Students at Yangon University have launched a campaign against sexual harassment on campus and hope it will receive more support from the administration.
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 18
In Laiza, building an ‘iron spirit’
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 18
Defiant Arakan Army says 'no peace by prayer' in battle with Tatmadaw
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 17
NLD-Tatmadaw relations: strong words, rising tensions
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 17
9,551 prisoners pardoned in Thingyan amnesty, president says more to come
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 17
‘Armed self-defense’ needed till demands are met, says Wa leader
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 16
Jewish groups in US welcome bill on Rohingya crisis, says paper
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 16
Media outlets throughout the country are struggling with low revenues, the risk of legal harassment and subsidised competition in the form of state-owned dailies.
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 15
A DIY furniture guide to Yangon
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 14
Stories abound about the tycoon who built a Chinese-style mansion in Yangon. One involves a hidden printing press, counterfeit British pounds and an American honey trap.
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 13
It’s fun to stay at the Myitkyina YMCA
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 12
Putting elephants before tourists
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 12
Myanmar calls for international support as Bagan World Heritage vote looms
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 12
WE’RE HIRING: We are seeking a memberships manager to work closely with 's editorial and commercial teams as we develop new products and services. Spoken and written English essential, Myanmar preferred. Details here:
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 11
EDITORIAL: Peaceful protest is a right, not a privilege
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 11
PODCAST: In February, residents of a village close to Dawei in Tanintharyi Region, grew concerned after an estimated 90 percent of villagers fell ill with a phantom disease.
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 10
The right to demonstrate? It depends who you are
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Frontier Myanmar Apr 10
Jailed Reuters journalists in Myanmar win UN press freedom prize
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