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A young man wearing a Britney Spears T-shirt tucked into a red longyi poked at a tree with a 20-foot pole.
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4 hrs ago | Burmanet
People should prepare immediately for a heat-wave as potentially record-breaking temperatures look set to envelop many parts of Burma, according to Tun Lwin, the former head of the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology.
4 hrs ago | Burmanet
Around 250 local staff from the Myanmar Wanbao Mining Copper Ltd staged a rally demanding pay raises on Wednesday in front of the company's office in Sagaing Division's Monywa district.
5 hrs ago | Business Insurance
Myanmar Airways International Co. Ltd. chairman Khin Maung Lat has said a foreign insurer is investigating damage suffered by one of its planes after a Golden Myanmar Airlines aircraft accidentally bumped into it at Yangon International Airport.
9 hrs ago | The Salinas Californian
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14 hrs ago | The Irrawaddy Newsmagazine
Burma's main opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and the leaders of the former students' group 88 Generation Peace and Open Society met earlier this week to discuss how to garner greater public involvement in their joint campaign to amend the 2008 Constitution.
17 hrs ago | The Irrawaddy Newsmagazine
The chief of the United Nations has officially called on the Burmese government to conduct full investigations into allegations of rape and sexual assault made against its soldiers, according to a document made public this week.
A girl carries a metal plate on her head at a camp for internally displaced persons in the suburbs of Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin state, on July 7, 2013.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, commander-in-chief of Myanmar's armed forces, or Tatmadaw, is a man on the move.
A woman could face the death penalty after being arrested in Kanchanaburi Wednesday on charges of colluding in a major drug network on the Myanmar border.
Muslim Rohingyas living in shelters in Burma's western Arakan State have said they are facing a severe lack of nutrition as a result of aid workers evacuating the region following attacks on their homes and offices in March.
The US Embassy in Burma says it will seriously consider any request from the Burmese government and ethnic minority groups to support ongoing dialogue as part of the country's peace process, after an ethnic army leader recently called for greater US involvement.
Reporters Without Borders is deeply saddened to learn of the death of the dissident journalist Win Tin in Rangoon on 21 April.
More than 100 Burmese migrant workers at the Lee Heng Seafood company in Songkhla, southern Thailand, planned to return to work on Wednesday after staging a two-day strike to demand that their employer compensate them for unpaid overtime work.
Myanmar , formerly known as Burma, has been isolated for decades but now the door is open and tourists are flooding in.
Today, Burma will put Uncle Win Tin, the fearless defender of the rights of the oppressed, to rest.
Unlike other mountainous places, a village located at the foot of Sagyin Mountain, 32 miles north of Burma's second largest city, is not an ordinary tourist destination nor a hill station geared for relaxation.