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Channel myanmar video contact on Messenger. Myanmar and Thailand video travel guide. Wellcome to Myanmar's Got Talent Channel. Burma International Television is a state-owned national and international English language television station based in Yangon, Myanmar. Discover popular and recently added TV series that can now be streamed with Prime Video.

Burma's Myanmar military contests Rohingya cruelty coverage | Myanmar News

The Rohingya Islamic civilists who escape the Myanmar Rakhine State force say that the junta has killed, violated and burned houses of the civilian population - claims that have been contested by the state. More than 70,000 Rohingya have searched for security in neighboring Bangladesh in the last 10 outbreak. International goverments and organizations are concerned that Rohingya communities will be collectively punished after an attack by an armored group on 25 August on policing stations and a force based in the west of Rakhine.

A number of charities say they have suspended the distribution of humane assistance to the Rohingya civilian population because they are concerned about the security of their people.

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In Myanmar, Boris Johnson was struck by reciting'inappropriate' poetry.

In Myanmar, Foreign Minister Boris Johnson was filmed recounting a recitation of a monumental poetry before being held up by an embassador. Mister Johnson began to quote the opening words of Mandalay during a trip to the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar's capitol. Rudyard Kipling's poetry is composed with the eye of a retiring English soldier in Myanmar, also known as Burma, who colonized Britain for more than a hundred years.

On the recordings to be broadcasted on Channel 4, UK ambassador Andrew Patrick Mr Johnson will stop Mid-Flow before coming to the line "Bloomin' idol mad o' mud/ Wot they called the Great Gawd Budd" - a hint at Buddha. Patrick says to Mr. Johnson: "You are at the microphone.

Then the Foreign Minister asks: He' replied: This sunday Boris Johnson: Blond Ambition is on Channel 4.

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