Bbc Myanmar News

New Bbc Myanmar News

Who will help Myanmar's rohingya bbc hellip. Myanmar country profile bbc news. Published in BBC Asia News. She is BBC News correspondent and her first Myanmar correspondent. ""Welcome to Myanmar, Mr BBC.

""

Burmese Radio - Burmese Evenings Broadcast

Another four cubs saved from the Thailand caves. Bangladesh, Thailand Caving:: Boy in a letter to his mother and father not to be worried. Thailändische Höhlenretter in the running against the rains. Browsing in good condition. There are no simple possibilities for rescueers of caves. Trump says he talked the King of Saudi Arabia into increasing crude output.

Recent rescues to find teenage Thais in a caves. Maybe they' re still living in the caves. The UN says the police murdered 100 people.

Burma Evenings Show (Podcast)

A group of at least two of the youngsters who have been imprisoned in a cavern in the north of Thailand for two whole week have been successfully released, report that. Bangladesh, Thailand Caving:: Boy in a letter to his mother and father not to be worried. When the commercial conflict between the USA and China begins, Donald Trump increases the deployment. Thailändische Höhlenretter in the running against the rains.

Browsing in good condition. 7 northerly organisations are participating in the upcoming peace conference in Nay Pyi Taw. There are no simple possibilities for rescueers of caves. President Trump says he has convinced the King of Saudi Arabia to raise the level of crude to combat the rise in price. Recent rescues to find teenage Thais in a caves.

Teenagers may still be living in the Thai den. Greece and Macedonia have concluded an agreement to resolve a decades-long conflict over the name of Macedonia. President Trump has promised to lifted the penalties. Mm-hmm. Trump and Kim Gipfel. U.S. President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, the DPRK guide, have reached Singapore for their historical meeting.

The BBC Myanmar reporters in prison for assaulting police officers, SE Asia News & Top Stories

  • YANGON ( "REUTERS") - A Myanmar tribunal detained a BBC Myanmar Speech Services journalist for three month in forced labor on Monday (June 6) after he was convicted of assaulting a cop when he reported last year's students' outrage. There was a skirmish between Nay Myo Lin and the cop after the officers who stood in the midst of a convoy pushed a man off a motorcycle, said Thein Than Oo, who showed defenders, Reuters and a videowit.

Last month in May a group of college kids organized a walk in Myanmar's biggest town, Yangon, in protests against an educational law they said would suffocate academia. She was violently disbanded by the cops before she reached her target. "It is not at all unfair to accuse me under Section 332 after I ignored the unfair act of the cop to tear down the motorbike of a Protestant student," Nay Myo Lin said to the locals after the ruling, pointing to the section of the criminal law under which he was convicted.

I', the journalist said, added that'the policemen must have exerted extra peerage on the courts' to impose a three-month prison term. Colonel Zaw Khin Aung of the Naypyitaw Headquarters dismissed the accusations.

"It' not possible for the cops to control the courts. The Myanmar Ministry of the Interior, which is directly under the control of the military force, monitors both the policing and the judicial system. counsel, Thein Than Oo, said he was going to file an appeals. BBC Yangon-based Jonah Fisher acknowledged the arrests on his Twitter accounts, but added that BBC Myanmar was unable to make a statement.

Auch interessant

Mehr zum Thema