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At least four soldiers die in renewed fighting on the Thai-Cambodia border, bringing the death toll to 10 in two days.
Hollywood celebrity Lindsay Lohan is sentenced to 120 days in jail for violating probation on a 2007 drink-driving conviction.
Big Brother watches, inspects Danish students’ notebooks(Feature) The sun was up high in the sky when our group of Danish students and teachers walked into …
Inspection checkpoints are reduced in Shan State, increasing productivityInspection time for examining goods at numerous vehicle checkpoints on the Mandalay-Muse Road has been significantly …
PRRS disease reported in pig farms in NaypyitawAn outbreak of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) was reported in Naypyitaw in …
Before carrying a laptop or second camera on train, pay your taxIf you want to carry your laptop computer or more than one camera on a train in Burma, if you forget to …
USDP party vying to compete in free funeral servicesThe head of the popular Free Funeral Services in Rangoon says the Union Solidarity and Development …
Weekly appeal letters to be sent to President Thein SeinAn appeal letter urging the new government to release all political prisoners will be sent to President …
Tay Za: Sanctions ‘obviously unfair’(Business) In a rare interview published in ‘The Future’ magazine in Rangoon, Burmese business tycoon Tay Za …
Thuta Swesone Literary Award winners announcedThe winners in the sixth Thuta Swesone Literary Award for a Burmese book published in 2009 were …
Members of Arakan party told they cannot go on fact-finding mission in Myebon town where 10,000 homes were destroyed last year
Activists describe Chinese companies as ‘reckless’ and lament lack of transparency and consultation over dam-building in countries like Burma
Government officials absent from major conference on migrant-sending nations, despite 10 percent of Burma travelling abroad to work
Despite decades of vilification of the Burmese army, we really know so little about it. Understanding the mindset of the junta is key to unlocking Burma’s crisis