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Myanmar (Burma) Health and Safety
A journey through the green rolling plains and plains of Asia, especially the landscape of Myanmar, is worth a visit! However, as a provincial rainforest, it causes many tropics illnesses and public safety issues. In addition, the highest number of deaths from snake bites and other poisonous bugs are known to occur in the state.
Take a great deal of precautions to make sure your time in Myanmar is fertile. MYANMAR' s medical and security procedures can be downloadable or identifiable immediately prior to the flight to the United States. Known illnesses that can affect the tourist at any time in the countryside include chronic liver disease, chronic liver disease, haematitis, and diarrhoea.
So far, these are the most serious diseases that can be caught in the land and, in the most serious case, can lead to deaths. Myanmar should not frighten you at all, as all tropics have the same risk. Despite these public and private security and healthcare issues in Myanmar, many tourism continues to choose the land as a haven and for communicating with the world.
The land can provide all delicious food and beverages at very reasonable rates! It' s even a miracle why Burma or now Myanmar is not one of the biggest travel destination in the whole time!
Burma - Journalist Protection Committee
Bangkok, July 9, 2018 - A Myanmar tribunal today accused two Reuters reporter, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, under the Official Secrets Act, the press office said. In condemning the allegations under penal law, the Committee for the Protection of Newsmen strongly urged the public prosecution to review the groundbreaking case, the..... Reuter journalist Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have served almost five month in prison in Myanmar on allegations of violation of an official secrecy law from the former colonies.
When they were arrested in Yangon on December 12, the reporter investigated a massive murder of Rohingya men by Buddhist..... NYC, April 20, 2018 - A testimony today from a prosecutor against two detained Reuters Journalist in Myanmar has lured one of the reporter into a trick by giving him "secret documents" during a trial, Reuters and other intelligence sources said.......
The Pulitzer Prize winner Esther Htusan can no longer tell of her home Myanmar. Bangkok, January 10, 2018 - Myanmar prosecutors today indicted two Reuters reporter for violation of the Official Secrets Act. Condemning the charge, the Committee for the Protection of Journalists urged the prosecution to dismiss the charge and free the journalists........
Washington, D.C., January 8, 2018--The Journalist Protection Commission today urged the Myanmar government to close all trials and dismiss two Reuters Journalist, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo. Bangkok, December 13, 2017--Two Reuters reporter were detained on Tuesday night by Myanmar's former capitol Yangon policemen, Reuters and other intelligence agencies claim.
Today the Committee for the Protection of the Journalist demanded the immediate and absolute freeing of the reporter....... Bangkok, November 10, 2017 - A Myanmar tribunal today convicted two international media representatives of the Turkish state radio station, together with their translator and chauffeur, to two month in jail for shooting with a UAV without formal authorisation, the daily reported.
Committee for the Protection of journalists..... Bangkok, October 30, 2017 - The Myanmar government has accused two international reporter and their translator and chauffeur on behalf of the state-owned TRT radio station of alleged lymphoid violations of import-export legislation after flying a UAV near the country's parliamentary camp. Today the Committee for the Protection of Newsmen.....