Waw township judge killed, public prosecutor injured in motorcycle accident

A township judge was killed earlier today after getting into a motorcycle accident on the outskirts of Waw. The accident happened around 3am this morning on a road outside the...

NLD leader blames journalists for getting arrested by military

Three journalists arrested on Monday in Shan State are likely to be handed over...

NLD leader blames journalists for getting arrested by military

PHOTOS: This is how much garbage is clogging up the sewers under just one Yangon street

We all know that littering is a big problem in Yangon (to say the very least)....

PHOTOS: This is how much garbage is clogging up the sewers under just one Yangon street

Detained Myanmar reporters to be charged with ‘unlawful association’

Three reporters who were detained after covering a drug-burning ceremony...

Detained Myanmar reporters to be charged with ‘unlawful association’

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