Bullet Points

On today’s edition of Bullet Points:

A man found guilty of bombing of a guesthouse in Bago’s Taungoo last year has been sentenced to ten years in prison.

Thailand’s authorities have banned Burmese refugees living on the Thai border from leaving their camps.

Facebook has announced it will work with Burma’s government to help curb hate speech on the popular social network.

The Interim Press Council has urged the government to ensure the safety of journalists reporting on civil unrest in Mandalay.


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