Leaders from six Karen armed groups have formed a task force in order to combat drug production and use in the east Burmese state.
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Thailand’s authorities have banned Burmese refugees living on the Thai-Burmese border from leaving their camps, while they conduct a census to determine the exact number of refugees living in the country.
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Over one hundred children who work in teashops in Rangoon are benefiting from a summer internship with volunteers from Hong Kong.
To mark the 52nd anniversary of the 7 July Students’ Massacre, the All Burma Federation of Students Unions organised a march of around 100 people through Rangoon University campus.
In the first of a two-part special on war crimes, DVB Debate discusses the military’s use of child soldiers.
Deposed Religious Affairs Minister Hsan Hsint appeared in court on Thursday to face a hearing for his forthcoming trial following charges for misappropriation of state funds.
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The All Burma Monks’ Union say Buddhist monks at the scene of riots in Mandalay on Tuesday night had helped diffuse the situation, not enflame it.
Around 4,500 people who are living on land that has been earmarked to be used by the Thilawa Special Economic Zone meet with operators and investors of the project.
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The government has returned 5,000 acres of land to residents in Mandalay’s Tada-U, after confiscating it in 1993 to make way for construction of an airport.
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Panellists on DVB discuss corruption in the drug industry and ask how known drug lords have been able to operate without arrest.
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