Bullet Points

On today’s edition of Bullet Points:

The trial of eight women’s rights activists continued on Tuesday in the towns of Rezua and Matupi in Chin State.

Three leaders of a “plough war” on army-confiscated land in Kanbalu, Sagaing division have been given sentences of up to three years in prison.

NGO stitches teddy bears for displaced Kachin children.

The annual Myanmar Banking and Business Development Conference enters its second day in Rangoon.

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