Bullet Points

On today’s edition of Bullet Points:

Residents in Irrawaddy’s Myaungmya town are calling on the government to investigate alleged rampant corruption at the local hospital.

Five reporters from weekly news journal the Bi- Noon Day Sun have been charged with causing public alarm and undermining state security.

Reporters in Prome staged a silent protest and refused to cover a visit by Burmese Vice President Nyan Tun on Tuesday.

A Burmese programmer has designed a solution to a government ban on the sounding of sirens to mark the moment of Aung San’s death.

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