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Azad Mohammed Jun 25
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Ro Nay San Lwin Jun 24
’s army may be committing gross human rights violations under cover of a mobile phone blackout in parts of Myanmar’s and states, U.N. special rapporteur said.
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Abu Marwan Rahoom Jun 17
refugees who fled persecution in are faced with yet another threat.
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Il ribelle Jun 24
blackout may be cover for gross human rights violations: U.N. investigator
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Mandalay In Bloom (MIB) Travels & Tours Jun 24
Chin tribes' traditional dance following by owned music band at the bon fire is very interesting and charming to get to the Mt.Vicoria (Nat Ma Taung) in Chin State in Myanmar. Living locals and participating in community activities make tourists happy and memorable.
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Zee Zahnur Jun 24
One of the things I like about , and , is that people provide drinking water for passersby- for free, wherever you go. Kindness matters 💙
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Ro Zaber Jun 25
"Every reading I've seen of the 1982 Citizenship Act indicates very clearly that the vast, vast majority of Rohingya would be excluded. The reality is that there's no political will within the government to extend citizenship to the Rohingya"
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Poppy McPherson Jun 22
Massive shutdown in warzone, where locals allege rights violations by the army. “People can inform us about what is happening on the ground and also send photos with the help of the internet," an MP told . "Now that has been shut down”
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AFP news agency Jun 20
VIDEO: 🇲🇲 Children in race home from school on recycled bikes shipped from Singapore and Malaysia, donated to give them easier access to education in a nation where more than half live in poverty
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Toe Oung Jun 24
A little tired on the boat trip in . volunteers still energetic with Internet for .
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MIR AHMED SIDIQUEE Jun 24
Replying to @mir_sidiquee
cuts internet to state amid unrest Rights groups have condemned the move as threat to civilians’ safety.
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ADG PI - INDIAN ARMY Jun 20
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louis charbonneau Jun 17
.'s view: UN ‘lessons-learned’ reports about its failure to act on mass atrocities are now almost routine. After turning blind eye to wartime deaths of 10s of thousands of civilians in , UN promised ‘never again.’ Yet it happened in .
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Sabine Crettenand 10h
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HCGMyanmar Jun 24
Always enjoy staying at the Shangri-la Hotel in Yangon. A great location to do business. Exceptional staff.
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Matthew Smith 11h
Last year the ICC prosecutor opened a preliminary investigation into atrocity crimes against from — now she will take the next step and ask to open a full investigation.
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Alomgir Khan Jun 22
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EU ROHINGYA COUNCIL Jun 24
"Timeline is the most crucial thing in solving because government is well-known for its deception and not keeping commitments. We wanted ASEAN to be more concrete with timeline," Chairman Hla Kyaw told .
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Yasmin Ullah 2h
When hundreds of thousands of are still confined in concentration camps, Australian company comes in and draft out a plan to sweep all the agony of genocide under the rugs. Amazing! The capitalist corporates are really looking out for the brutal regime like .
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