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Aung Naing 2h
Myanmar pardons nearly 7,000 prisoners in second amnesty this month
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Teck Yew Low 7h
Fisherman in Inle Lake,S Shan State, Myanmar
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Emma Sparks 8m
2 months later it’s finally moved from being on the side to on the light fitting in the dining room
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Adam Apr 24
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Aung Naing 17h
American Arrested Over 20-Acre Cannabis Plantation in Myanmar
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Khaing Thandar Nwe Apr 20
Transparent access to their houses and property stolen by the army after Buthidaung occurred today.
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Burma Task Force 10h
“We have been protesting like this for eight or nine years now,” said local resident Lu Yar in an interview with RFA. “I wonder if the government can really continue to ignore this kind of opposition.”
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GeoCapital Economics 30m
....Myanmar tells it’s still keen on
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Max Mørch 5h
It’s equal parts staggering and depressing to read reports that are over 20 years old and seeing how few improvements have been made in the penal system in . The same issues reported in the late 1990s still exist today.
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GeoCapital Economics 28m
's is hegemonial and will destroy several on the path to , at last by huge .  No economic value for national factor endowments, just exploitation. i.e. in ..... as well.
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Christopher Walsh Apr 23
Another sad development for freedom of expression and free press in
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Aung Naing Apr 24
Myanmar landslide: more than 50 jade miners feared dead in 'mudlake'
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Burma Task Force 15h
The journalists were investigating the massacre when they were given documents rolled up in a newspaper by a police source, clearly a setup. They were then arrested for possessing secret documents.
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Aung Naing Apr 24
U.S. criticizes Myanmar court decision on Reuters journalists
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TibetoBurman Apr 23
Replying to @TibetoBurman
Two teams of ISIS ARSA militants attacked the police vehicle traveling from Taungpyo police regiment to Kyein Chaung police regiment with anti-vehicle improvised explosive devices (IEDs) before firing on the van from both sides of the road.
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Burma Task Force 15h
Every day we fight to bring hope and justice to the Rohingya Muslim minority and other ethnic groups in Burma. Now is the time to act. Now is the time to educate ourselves and each other. Now is the time to raise our voices together to fight these atrocities.
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Morgan Ortagus Apr 24
’s Supreme Court decision to uphold the sentencing of Pulitzer-prize winning journalists Wa Lone & Kyaw Soe Oo, despite serious irregularities in the case against them, sends a profoundly negative signal about freedom of expression & the protection of journalists in Burma.
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Inner City Press Apr 24
Replying to @innercitypress
Banned ICP asked On , what is the SG's comment & action if any on that China appears to have protected the “Wa” territory from any enemies, particularly the Tatmadaw (Myanmar’s military). China's government needs the UWSA in order to play its game
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Environmental Investigation Agency Apr 24
: Forest Dep't claims to have seized nearly 30,000 tonnes of illegal & made 2,361 arrests over past six months
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⚔Seeker⚔ Apr 23
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Ika Ferrer Gotić Apr 23
Why this picture's important and why it's important to know these facts: 🔘 This is evidence of of minority; 🔘 journalists who took this picture were held by authorities for doing their job; 🔘 Today, their appeal was denied.
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