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Kyaw Myo Chit 4h
Wa Tong Monastery (IDP) camp. State, April 19. Humanitarian crises have devastating physical, psychological and social consequences for children. Children are especially vulnerable following the loss of their homes, or families, or finding themselves forced to flee confl
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Ashin AraHan 14h
State, April 19. Humanitarian crises have devastating physical, psychological and social consequences for children.
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Thein Zan 6h
women brutally raped and killed by Burmese Army.
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AHRF Apr 18
‘We want self-governance’ The female soldiers say State.
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Thompson Chau 5h
The IMF warns that “risks are tilted to the downside.”
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Gennike Mayers 5h
has been severely impacted by deforestation to welcome over 1M people from in need of shelter. has been encouraging camp residents to replant trees to prevent soil erosion and food crops for a sustainable food supply.
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The Peninsula 10h
’s highest court will make a rule on Tuesday on appeal by two jailed imprisoned for reporting on extrajudicial killing of muslims in western state.
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Emily May Apr 14
Last week MSF visited Ah-htet-tin-pone-tan village in Ponnagyun township, where approx 1,000 IDPs have been displaced since December. It took 3 hours to reach the site by boat. The team provided medical consultations for over 40 people and spoke to them about their needs
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Khing Win Maung 2h
Two civilians in northern State’s Mrauk-U Township were wounded by shrapnel from artillery fire after the Army began shooting and shelling in the area on Wednesday night and into Thursday.
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The Myanmar Times 19h
The warns that 's is losing momentum, citing concerns over fallout from and weaknesses in the banks.
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RedCrossEU Apr 20
President of Gerda Hasselfeldt was in Bangladesh, visiting camps for people who've fled in Myanmar. "I very much hope that people, including the many children, will get some prospects in life and not be forgotten."
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Thein Zan Apr 20
children face an uncertain for future. Many children are missing out on school in conflict zones . for safety.
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Enrique Ochoa Apr 12
U Maung Kyaw: “My only wish is to return home and live there peacefully”. ⁩ ⁦
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Bluebells Apr 19
ARSA - AA tie up is so desirable. That collaboration won't be able to spare a room for military to leave unsolved unlike what they've repetitively done in other ethnics rebels areas.
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MIR AHMED SIDIQUEE 11h
A fisherman , 22yrs, was shot to injury on his arm by while he was fishing in the river nearby the village on April 19, 2019. The victim is from village of VT, tsp.
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RakhaRazu Apr 20
As Military in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing is planning to become the next president after oncoming 2020 general elections, more clashes in , Shan, Kachin and Karen can be expected&seen. As usual, Tatmadaw will carry out targeted killings of in these states.
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Phil Robertson Apr 20
Why is military suing under art 66(d) for reporting in Mrauk-U? Instead of suing media, thin skinned should produce evidence soldiers didn't arbitrarily attack a village - IF he has any evidence.
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U Mg Mg Tin Apr 19
Myanmar Army using Gunship Firing into the Mountain of state ,Township and one more over Rohingya houses hits also had burnt Sein The Pyin ,Heavy clash brokes out between AA and Myanmar Army at 7:30 AM on April,16,2019 till now.
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Toe Oung Apr 19
in for Humanitarian Assistance Resettlement & Development in reinforced with U Nyi Nyein Aye current CEO in private sector bringing 20-year UN HQ experience in NY, MPA from NY Columbia University. Welcome Chief Operation Officer, UEHRD Committee member.
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The Arakan News(Free Arakan) Apr 18
Myanmar mailitary army killing in state U.
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