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A business watchdog group warns Burmese companies that if they want to thrive in the post-sanctions economy, they’ll have to be more open and transparent.
The sentence was a rare instance of Burma Army personnel being held accountable for committing atrocities against civilians, but relatives of the victims say they’re not satisfied.
KIA spokesman Col. Naw Bo told DVB that Burmese troops had launched assaults on frontline outposts in Waingmaw Township and a security post near Laiza.
A man and his daughter died from severe food poisoning after eating the puffer fish that his son had caught earlier in the day. Four others were hospitalised.
The NHRC’s findings matched results from an earlier Labour Ministry and Labour Protection and Welfare Department probe.