Business in Burma this week: Industry slammed for incurring $200 million loss; government plans for six dry ports in Rangoon, Mandalay; national budget will be more transparent, says Finance Ministry
Amnesty International said it was a “dark day for freedom of expression” in Burma, while Reporters Sans Frontières referred to the sentencing as a “grave setback for press freedom” in…
Leaders from six Karen armed groups have formed a task force in order to combat drug production and use in the east Burmese state.
A President Office’s official claimed on Wednesday that the government has reached an agreement with Facebook to monitor hate speech.
Bullet Points: bringing you the news for Friday 11 July.
Seven Buddhists charged for their participation in the murder of 10 Muslim pilgrims in Arakan State town of Taunggup in June 2012 are appealing against their indictment.