We need to control those coming to Myanmar, and make sure they follow the rules.”
“Ko Thet Khine took pictures of the tractor carrying the wood and then asked the driver for money, That’s why I punched him.”
Hot News’ Bhamo-based correspondent Oo Oo Nyein said he was first sued for defamation by a local militia over his reports on cattle rustling.
A strategy to protect Burma’s wild and captive elephants well into the next century has been released by the government and international NGO’s.
Govt administrator says it may take some time to repair schools that were partially destroyed by artillery shelling during the two-week conflict.
The threats began after photos of illegal logging activities in Tenasserim Division’s Dawei District appeared in a recent issue of a local weekly.