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People from a Rohingya internally displaced persons camp wait for a vehicle to return to their camp after waiting out cyclone Mahasen in a mosque outside Sittwe.
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On 27th Street, in Rangoon's mouldering colonial core, an ancient sound-a halting clack-clack-clack-emanates from a hole-in-the-wall storefront.
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The mainboard-listed insurer is the first Southeast Asian life insurer to gain approval to set up an office in Myanmar.
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Last month, press freedom in Burma suffered a setback when the government detained reporters and editors from the Unity Journal, a local publication that ran a story about an alleged secret chemical weapons plant in central Burma.
Yangon, March 9 : Myanmar will be presented the award of World's Best Tourist Destination for 2014 by the European Union Council on Tourism and Trade soon, media reported Sunday.
For three days last week, more than 250 journalists belonged to ethnic groups from all over Myanmar gathered here with clear objectives: to make their voices heard and to strengthen their nascent media network as well as improve journalistic skills and professionalism.
Sweden Town Supervisor Rob Carges has been thrust into the role of Colonel Nicholson in The Bridge on the River Kwai .
Ethnic Rohingya living in Malaysia rally in Kuala Lumpur in 2012, calling for a stop to the killings and violence toward the Muslim Rohingya in Myanmar.
From Norsyafawati Ab Wahab YANGON, March 9 -- FGV Pho La Min Co Ltd, a joint venture company between FGV Myanmar Pte Ltd and Pho La Min Trading Co Ltd , will invest between US$10 million and US$15 million to set up a rubber processing plant in Myanmar.
Mar 07, Colombo: India said today that it has just received the United States-sponsored resolution on Sri Lanka and it is currently being examined by the Indian officials in Geneva.
With the planned Burmese-language translation of a comprehensive portrayal of the personal life of Burma's last royal family, the Burmese will soon have a chance to learn more about King Thibaw and other royals after their exile to India.
Passengers look out the windows of a bus as they travel around Yangon, July 3, 2013.
A Muslim woman carries her child and a bag of aid at a refugee camp on the outskirts of Sittwe in Rakhine state, western Myanmar.
A colonial-era law criminalizing "unnatural" sex is reinforcing the stigma that leaves men who have sex with men in Myanmar "hidden, silenced and shamed", hindering efforts to contain HIV/AIDS among this highly at-risk group, AIDS experts and activists say.
The Irrawaddy magazine's founding editor-in-chief Aung Zaw was honored with the 2013 Shorenstein Journalism Award from Stanford University's Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center on Thursday, becoming the first Burmese to receive the award.