Bullet Points: 25 July 2014

Today on Bullet Points:

Charges were brought against Korean shoe manufacturers Master Sports in Lanthaya court in Rangoon on Friday.

The UN refugee agency says that Burmese refugees living in Thailand will face various challenges if they are repatriated.

US Senator Mitch McConnell has called on Burma to amend its constitution and allow Aung San Suu Kyi to run for president.

A complete lack of garbage removal services in Rangoon’s Thaketa township has resulted in a rapid deterioration in the health of its residents.


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