Ashin Uttara, a British monk arrested and disrobed in June, lodged an appeal at Rangoon High Court on Monday alongside four fellow clerics.
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Burma’s parliamentary Farmland Investigation Commission has cited the overwhelming layers of bureaucracy as the foremost cause for delays in returning confiscated land to its original owners.
The body of a soldier from the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) has been found, handcuffed and badly mutilated, in the eastern Burmese border town of Myawaddy
Phyu Phyu Kyaw Thein and L Lun Wah selected a song called “War” to perform. They said they wrote this song specially for the occasion as they wanted to stress…
Hopes are high that the talks, scheduled for five days, will result in a single-text agreement for a nationwide ceasefire; notwithstanding, some crucial military issues need to be resolved.