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Myanmar's Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI) have just recently undersigned.... An attorney for two Reuters reporters who were charged on Monday with violating Myanmar's dramatic confidentiality laws said they just did their jobs by..... Chiang Rai's northern Thai government says all lost youngsters and their trainer have been found and are secure.
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A number of internally displaced people said that not all of them could receive World Food Programme (WFP) funding, as they have provided this aid on the basis of the number of internally displaced people in each Kachin state shelter. The current WFP gives 10,000 Kyat per months to displaced persons in Kachin State. Provide funding to internally displaced persons on the basis of the figures found in each centre during their visits and not on the real household lists in the centres.
Burma's leaders have joined forces to help several areas of Myanmar that have recently been severely affected by severe rainfall and floods, floods, village floods and damaged streets and other infrastructures, according to the 23 June issue of MYA. One of the boys flooded after continuous rains in Sagu Township, Minbu District, while some homes were flushed away and some were left without a roof.
The Magway Region, Relied and Resettlement Department, reports that the community of Sagu had been raining continuously from 9 to 12 June and six homes were swept away by deluge, leaving 976 deaths. Officers from ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) said the upcoming third meeting of the Panglong Conference of the twenty-first century would address SSR.
The Panglong 21 century meeting will focus on five key areas: politics, economy, social affairs, safety and land and environment. SSR was not debated at the last meeting. During the second meeting of the meeting, Tatmadaw, the EOAs Group and the political parties did not agree on the issue of SSR and the further debate was called for.
The Yangon region head of state, Phyo Min Thein, paid a visit to Shwepyithar to assess the damages that had been inflicted by a twister that struck the Tornado early in the mornings of 29 May. Firefighters in the township are currently removing rubble from destroyed homes and unrooted uptrees.