Bullet Points: 5 August 2014

On today’s edition of Bullet Points:

An outbreak of Japanese Encephalitis in the Arakan capital of Sittwe has killed eight people since the first of July.

Burma Campaign UK is calling on President Thein Sein to explain his alleged involvement in the violent suppression of the 1988 Rangoon student protests.

Ooredoo’s cheap SIM cards are ending up on the black market.

Hundreds of protesters marched through the town of Kanegone in Sagaing Division  to demand the closure of an acid factory.

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