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ADB predicts 8.3% growth in Burma for 2015; Burma energy drink firm signs Liverpool FC; Chevron inks oil deal; and problems for the shrimp industry.
Moe Kyaw Than, 45, a member of the Myanmar Red Cross Society in Kunlong, had been in hospital since he was shot in the stomach.
Burmese students and activists take to the streets again, calling for the release of fellow protestors and denouncing the watered-down amendments bill.
Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing said the army would continue to usher Burma towards democracy, during a 30-minute speech at Burma’s 70th Armed Forces Day parade.
“They fired what looked like RPGs into the hangar where helicopter gunships and other aircraft were stationed, but missed their targets.”