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A coalition of aid and relief groups working in Kachin State issued a statement on Monday warning that more than 3,000 civilians have been displaced by fighting in the southeast part of the state, which remains ongoing. Clashes between Burmese
Monday 14th April, 2014 Reporters view a stele from central Myanmar at a media preview of an exhibition of ancient Hindu-Buddhist sculpture that opens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on April 14...Acute shortages of water and medical
Reality Film Lab, a practical training ground for aspiring film practitioners. Chairman Briccio Santos last week led the signing of a joint undertaking with Reality Entertainment for the creation of the film lab, where workshops on various aspects of
Weather from Weather Underground Chinese president meets Myanmar parliament speaker Xi Jinping (R) meets with Thura U Shwe Mann, speaker of Myanmar's Union Parliament and the House of Representatives, in Beijing, capital of China, April 11, 2014.
It wasn't always this way," says 72-year-old Tin Shwe, one of the village elders, as he looks at the queue, some boys as young as 8 waiting their turn, yokes at their side. "It used to be only paddy fields...Myanmar only recently emerged from a half-
Twelve people were killed and four others injured Saturday when a passenger bus collided with a car on Yangon-Mandalay expressway in Myanmar's Bago region, police said. The bus carrying about 44 passengers bound for Yangon from Taunggyi, the capital
Police in Burma are implementing precautionary security measures and boosting the presence of law enforcement officers to ensure the safety of revelers participating in the country's Buddhist New Year festivities, also known as Thingyan, which begins
At the time of writing, Burma's first census in over 30 years is drawing to a close. It was meant to have been the latest in a series of milestones affirming the nation's steady progress toward democracy and away from its bitterly troubled past.
A group of women dressed in green sarong-like longyis and simple white blouses stand around a table piled with census forms entering neat notations on spread sheets by hand. The women will have to go through 37,579 family census forms in the next 24
Japan's extensive development portfolio in Burma has reached the tourist capital of Bagan, with a 10 April agreement to help develop tourism infrastructure over the next three years. Memorandum of Understanding with Burma's Ministry of Hotels and