Bullet Points: 13 August 2014

On today’s edition of Bullet Points:

More than one thousand villagers turn out in Kanbalu, Sagaing division to call for the release of jailed farmers.

The US State Department defends its decision to put John Kerry up at a hotel owned by a blacklisted military crony.

Cigarette manufacturing in Burma set to rise by twenty seven percent this financial year.

Volunteers step in to provide Mandalay street kids with an education.

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