The woes of war in western Myanmar have been exacerbated by Cyclone Mocha, with already-struggling residents saying they have still received no assistance, and even accusing the military of launching fresh attacks during the storm.
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As the market for consumer remittances reaches saturation, mobile money operators are looking to smartphone apps to continue their growth.
Ko Shafique walked across Myanmar for 18 days, hiding in the jungle during the day to avoid detection.
Rohingya children caught travelling outside of Rakhine State without identity documents are being detained in vocational schools and rehabilitation centres in Yangon, where they rarely receive family visits.
The suspension of mobile internet in parts of Rakhine State has not stopped local reporting on the conflict, but the toll taken on the welfare of ordinary people is considerable.
The government is dividing Hlaing Tharyar into two townships, in a desperate bid to bring order to an industrial suburb beset by criminal gangs, shoddy infrastructure and over-population.
မိုးလေဝသပညာရှင် ဒေါက်တာ ဦးထွန်းလွင်၏ ဈာပနခရီးအား ၎င်းကိုချစ်သူများက ယနေ့ညနေ ၄နာရီ တွင် လိုက်ပါပို့ဆောင်ခဲ့ကြသည်။
An online discourse filled with falsehoods and bigotry is a symptom, not a cause, of Myanmar's toxic politics.
Competition is finally coming to the aviation fuel business, with up to three companies planning to take on a state-backed monopoly and (possibly) deliver cheaper airfares for travellers.