Kyaymon Daily Newspaper

Kyaymon Daily Newspaper

Yangon-based Burmese national daily newspaper. Find out why you should read Kyemon's Burmese newspaper online. Here you can read all Myanmar's newspapers from one app. Burmese: ??

?????; also known as Kyaymon) (The Mirror) is a Burmese national daily newspaper based in Yangon, Myanmar. You can read the free Burmese daily Myanmar Alin (??? ??).

Rangoon rebel: Burma's history of defiance and liberation - Delphine Schrank

Formerly the brightest pledge of Southeast Asia, Burma became one of the most oppressive and poorest countries in the hemisphere in May 2009. On Rangoon's back roads and cybercafes, Nway, an outsider, Nigel, his associate and eventually competitor, and Grandpa, the movement's leading stratagemaker, who has just come out of nineteen years in jail, are preparing for a fifty-year war.

The Myanmar Army Launches New New Newspaper

Myanmar's army will release a new daily newspaper on March 27 to commemorate the sixty-sixth anniversaries of Armed Forces Day, according to newsmen. Myawaddy newspaper is headed by the Directorate of Public Relations and Psychological Warfare of the Armed Forces, one of the staff said to the new newspaper on Friday. Despite being electoral, the new administration is ruled by ex-militaries, the victorious Union Solidarity and Development Parties and the Berlin State Assembly, one fourth of which was nominated by the army.

Myawaddy will be Myanmar's forth daily newspaper. Kyaymon, Myanma Ahlin and the English-speaking New Light of Myanmar are all under the Ministry of Information. Myawaddy has been headquartered in Naypyitaw, Myanmar's capitol, since 2005. Since 1962 Myanmar has been under dictatorship and is one of the most oppressive regime in the rest of the rest of the world in terms of media freedoms.

website of the junta's junta ruling party, "kyaymon" (meaning "Der Spiegel"), an on-line daily newspaper in Myanmar, on Wednesday criticised two well-known Buddhist monk organisations and cautioned that Burma's army agencies would take legal recourse against them.

Burma's Kyaymon website alleged that the International Monk Organization of Burma (commonly known as "Sasana Moli") and the Sangha League (Myanmar) are trying to start another monk boycott in Burma, similar to the 2007 Saffron Revolution, when Buddhist friars helped to lead anti-government outcry. It claims that U Nayaka and U Candobhasacara of Sasana Moli and U Jotika, U Paramikhanti and Shwe Zin Tun of the Sangha League (Myanmar) play leadership parts in the move and that the Myanmar people would not like this.

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