Bullet Points

Today’s stories for Tuesday 1 July

Two hundred protesters march through the streets of Pathein, Irrawaddy division, demanding  information surrounding the case of deposed religious affairs minister Hsan Hsint.

The government has returned 5,000 acres of land to residents in Mandalay’s Tada-U, which was confiscated in 1993 to make way for an airport.

The Interim Press Council is calling on police to stop their inquest into the finances of local media outlets.

Mayanchaung village in Rangoon’s Hlegu Township is home to 200 leprosy sufferers who live an isolated existence with their families.

 

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