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the Clash of Church, State, and Society clashed over reports of an alleged rape involving a young Buddhist girl and a Muslim man. Clashes between mobs of men of both communities occurred on the nights of 2 and 3 July before the authorities imposed a
Myanmar (AP) Authorities in Myanmar announced Sunday that the alleged rape of a Buddhist woman by two Muslim men that triggered religious violence in the central city of Mandalay was fabricated. Rumors that teashop owners had raped one of their
Burma, Eugene's Younger brother Sao Myee Myee Thaike was deliberately shot on that night as the Burmese army raided the President's home. Since then more than half of the past-century, the various military administrations of Burma, was one of the
Saturday 19th July, 2014 Few countries can boast crab so plentiful that it is sold as a cheap street food snack. But despite Myanmar's abundance of seafood, in terms of availability and comparable affordability, the ... Saturday 19th July, 2014 The
Myanmar's opposition has gathered millions of signatures in support of changes to a constitution that bars its leader Aung San Suu Kyi from becoming president, in a show of political strength ahead of elections next year. Suu Kyi has travelled the
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Foreign banks will also be able to enter the market as a joint venture operation with local financial institutions or by buying shares in local banks, said Dr Set Aung.
I haven't sowed a single plant yet," said U Than Htike Oo, a farmer from Kangyidaunt. Farmers say that normally the planting of paddy fields should be complete by the middle of July but they have had to resort not only to the digging of basic wells
Yangon, Myanmar, July 18 (CNA) A Taiwan-sponsored international trade show of parts and components for automobiles and motorcycles opened in Yangon, Myanmar Friday, featuring 97 exhibitors from eight countries.
Up close An occasional series offering a fresh perspective on the people and places shaping today's world. Burma On a recent rain-soaked night, the ancient gold Shwedagon Pagoda, believed to contain relics of the Buddha, glowed through the mist in