With an entire academic year already lost to the pandemic, the junta says schools will reopen on June 1, but teachers, students and their parents are refusing to attend or enroll in schools administered by generals and policed by soldiers.
Customers are flooding branches and ATMs in an effort to withdraw funds, but with cash in short supply, the steady reopening of branches is only putting more pressure on struggling private banks.
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David Arnott, who died earlier this month in Thailand, was at the vanguard of online activism targeting Myanmar’s regime and spent the last two decades of his life building the largest online collection of material about the country.
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As conditions deteriorate in increasingly overcrowded Bangladeshi refugee camps, desperate parents are marrying off their daughters to Rohingya men thousands of kilometres away.
Investigation reveals a sophisticated and always-evolving operation worth many millions of dollars in which members of the Rohingya community play a key role in trafficking.
An advocacy group has proposed four options for reforming Myanmar’s tangle of criminal defamation clauses, which are being used ever more frequently under the National League for Democracy government.
A group of volunteers have been living in cemetaries to isolate from their loved ones while providing crucial funeral rites to the COVID-19 dead among Yangon's Muslim community.
The Bangladeshi government, growing frustrated with the stalled refugee crisis, began transferring hundreds of Rohingya to a low-lying island prone to cyclones and floods.