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On Monday, a curfew in Mandalay was lifted after 39 days in effect, but business as usual has not been restored in the central Burmese city.
An alliance of rights groups revealed on Tuesday that they have documented 103 cases of human rights abuse in Burma since the start of 2014.
The families of 15 people lost at sea after a fishing boat capsized in early August will receive 1.5 million kyat (US$1,500) each for their losses, according to a spokesperson…
Some 1,500 farmers rallied for the release of 57 jailed land rights activists in central Burma’s Sagaing Division on Wednesday.
The NLD and 88 Generation say they collected 5 million signatures calling for a change to the Constitution that would lift the military’s veto power.