DVB Bulletin: 18 August 2015 | Watch today’s top stories with Angus Watson
The Burmese embassy warns its nationals to avoid certain areas of the Thai capital that might be targets for further bombings.
Officials and aid workers warn that hundreds of communities face an acute shortage of clean water after floods contaminated ponds and wells.
Thai entrepreneurs should tap into Burma’s high growth potential, say business leaders, as competition grows with other foreign investors.
“It is now clear who the enemy is and who is the ally,” Suu Kyi told reporters when asked if Shwe Mann’s sacking meant she had lost an ally.
House Speaker Shwe Mann opens parliament in what is sure to be a testy session following his ouster as ruling party chairman late last week.