“There have been incidents of persons inciting hatred against the Tatmadaw,” the commander-in-chief told a military gathering in Putao.
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The Burmese army “will not turn back, but will continue to march on the road to democracy”, said Commander-in-Chief Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing on Sunday. Speaking with the Interim Press[…]
Burma has concluded its largest naval show of naval strength in recent years, according to a report by military intelligence analysts IHT Jane’s. “Dubbed ‘Sea Shield 2014’, the combined fleet[…]
About one-fifth of Burma’s political parties have raised their collective voice in opposition to matters both foreign and domestic, chiding UK lawmakers for what they deem undue criticism of the crisis in Rakhine State and panning proposed amendments to legislation on protesting that has been scrutinised for years.