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Lead Story News Rangoon Religion
The storm centers on a statement Chief Minister of Rangoon made to exiled Burmese while in Singapore recently.
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Lead Story Media News Politics
The new journal, published by former USDP lawmaker “Bullet” Hla Swe, targets both the ruling NLD and its military-backed predecessor.
Lead Story News Students
“As the country is moving towards a federal union, we aim to include ethnic students.”
Arakan Lead Story News Rohingya
The Arakan State government says it will continue referring to the state’s ethnic majority simply as “Arakanese”, rejecting a term allegedly put forward by the country’s Ministry of Information.
Arakan Lead Story News
Celebrated Burmese meteorologist Tun Lwin has predicted that floods will soon blanket all of western Arakan State, as well as the Chin, Sagaing and Kachin regions.
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Crime Lead Story News Women's Issues
Statistics revealing the high rate of rape in Rangoon come as Burma’s record on protecting the rights of women is set to come under scrutiny by the United Nations.
Lead Story News Sport
Representatives of the Italian football giants are discussing developing the game in this country.
Foreign Affairs Human Trafficking Lead Story News
Burma’s government expresses concern that a US State Department decision to downgrade the country’s status in an annual report on human trafficking could hamper bilateral relations.
Lead Story Media Military News
The military later dropped the lawsuit after the 7Day issued an apology in government newspapers.
Foreign Affairs International Relations Lead Story News
Queen Sonja of Norway on Wednesday congratulated the founders of a park opened last week to commemorate Aung San Suu Kyi’s 71st birthday.
Foreign Affairs Lead Story News Suu Kyi
A delegation of National League for Democracy lawmakers depart on a 10-day study tour in China.
Lead Story News Protest
The fresh charges against the former monk come just three days before his due date for release, after serving a six-month sentence on an immigration charge.
Human Rights Lead Story News
Lee reportedly questioned whether female inmates are being subjected to pregnancy tests, suggesting that this is a violation of human rights.
Drugs Lead Story News
US$50 million of narcotics were burned in ceremonies in Rangoon, Mandalay and Taunggyi to mark the International Day against Drug Trafficking and Abuse.
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Crime Lead Story News
The mother-in-law of NLD MP Bo Bo Oo is recovering after being stabbed by someone who entered the family’s home early Friday morning.
Arakan Conflict Lead Story News
The Arakan Liberation Army says one of its fighters is missing in action and another was captured as the militia clashed with the Arakan Army.
Environment Latpadaung Lead Story News Students
Students in Kangon, a village near Latpadaung in Sagaing Division, were forced to stay home this week when a nearby sulfuric acid factory started emitting foul-smelling fumes.
Crime Lead Story Military News
Military news report says that a scuffle broke out as the four men tried to overwhelm the soldiers and seize their firearms, resulting in an unintentional discharge.
History Lead Story News Religion
A man who made headlines two years ago when he launched a failed search for the Great Bell of Dhammazedi has announced plans to resume his quest.