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At least 200 houses and other buildings were destroyed by fire in an incident that has "all the hallmarks" of previous military arson attacks, a rights group said Tuesday.
Some prominent activists who say they stand for human rights and democracy have propagated hatred for the Rohingya, a double-standard that international watchdog groups weren’t fully aware of.
The Ministry of Electricity and Energy has issued a tender for 1,060 megawatts of on-grid solar power but given investors just a month to prepare bids at a time when they are unable to enter or travel around the country.
Fever clinics are being set up around the country to check people for symptoms of the viral disease and ease the burden on hospitals, but a planned reopening of schools could force many of them to move or close.
Newly-appointed quartermaster general becomes the youngest lieutenant-general in the Tatmadaw as he continues a steady rise through the ranks.
Out of the wild: Myanmar’s controversial plan to harvest endangered species
Legalising commercial farming of rare species will undercut poachers, says Myanmar’s Forest Department, but conservationists expect the move to lead to increased demand.