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Rights group Burma Campaign UK announced that the global shipping giant has agreed to stop using military-owned ports in Myanmar by the end of October.
Health officials have denied multiplying online reports of people with COVID-19 symptoms being turned away from hospitals, but admit they’re straining to cope with an influx of patients.
The Union Election Commission's censoring of political party speeches underscores the need for Myanmar to unambiguously enshrine freedom of expression in law.
Two armed gangs of refugees from Myanmar are waging a deadly turf war in the sprawling camp, home to almost a million people, over control of the lucrative cross-border methamphetamine trade.
U Shwe Mann’s party has grown rapidly thanks to the wealth and influence of its leaders, but their military backgrounds cast doubt on its claim.
Two Frontier reporters have been kept in isolation in eastern Shan State since August 31, despite having tested negative for COVID-19. At home in Yangon, a pregnant wife and a two-month-old baby wonder when they’ll be allowed back.