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Armed soldiers were amongst a delegation from the KNPP that arrived in Loikaw on Thursday for talks with Burmese military representatives
Telenor posts record revenues; Carlsberg opens beer factory in Pegu; Burma poised to be leading rice exporter; and rents in Rangoon on the rise.
Thailand’s prime minister has a responsibility to clean up Thai labour laws, and press for a solution to the Rohingya crisis on Burmese soil.
The European Union (EU) ambassador to Burma, Roland Kobia, told journalists in Rangoon on Thursday that the EU regretted the events in which riot police cracked down violently on students’…
Authorities have launched an investigation into the 50 police officers transferred following the discovery of Rohingya detention camps and graves.