Since being banned from Facebook, some of the most prominent spreaders of hate speech and disinformation have moved to Telegram, and fact-checkers say the messaging app is doing little to regulate its platform.
Some factory owners have been accused of exploiting and failing to protect their employees during the latest COVID-19 outbreak, and with unions lying low since the coup, workers are unable to seek redress.
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At a meeting in Nay Pyi Taw on January 16 officials from Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed to begin repatriating refugees who have fled northern Rakhine State for Bangladesh since October 2016.
An ancient Buddhist site and popular pilgrimage destination in Sagaing Region is deserving of better care and attention from the Archeological Department.
Former student leader U Ko Ko Gyi and some fellow 88 Generation activists have decided the time is right for a direct role in the political arena to advance their vision for a democratic Myanmar.