Myanmar News site

Burma News Page

Myanmar's newspapers for news and information about sports, entertainment, jobs, education, festivals, tourism, lifestyles, movies, travel, weather, real estate and business. Newspapers, magazines and Burmese news sites in English. The ICC gives Myanmar deadline for the Rohingya case. Myanmar and India cross the international border through this house in the village of Longwa. Named in Myanmar's Rohingya crisis video.

Burma Newspapers

Featuring countries, headlines, key facts and happenings, schedules and leadership profile. Latest WN Networks reports and analyses on the latest developments, Myanmar businesses, finances, economics, sport and more. This is a community of ten Burmese based independant press organizations with day-to-day press releases from different parts of the world. Offers Burma intelligence and important backgrounds.

Offers information, research and analyses about Burma. Top-notch, freelance newsmagazine, founded by exiled Myanmar people. Provides information and analyses of recent Myanmar policy events. Publicises messages, opinions and essays on Burma's sectarianism. Intelligence and features services organised by exiled Myanmar journalists.

Bi-lingual (English-Myanmar) economic journal that appears once a week and is circulated in both Myanmar and Thailand. The site contains messages from the Myanmar area, which includes local and state story. Everyday intelligence in English and Myanmar focusing on topical issues and people' s right to life in the state of Arakan. Newspapers, publicity machines for the administration.

Clasified and commented on more than 15,000 full text Burma / Myanmar related doc... Contains information about Shan State and Burma. The Kachin News: We commit ourselves to reporting detailed information and happenings in Kachinland, Myanmar and abroad. Reporter are Kachin-Dissident, writer and journalist who live in Kachinland, Myanmar and abroad.

Everyday messages from Kachin and Myanmar. Mostly with an emphasis on politics, economics and society.

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Burma is building a base on the site of Rohingya houses and mausoleums - Review | World Press Releases

Myanmar's army is constructing strongholds where Rohingya's houses and mausoleums once were, Amnesty International said on Monday, quoting new proof from sat-images. Almost 700,000 members of the Islamic minorities escaped to Bangladesh in 2017 following Myanmar's violent action against rebels, which the US and the UN have described as racial profanity.

Burma has rejected this allegation because it reacted to the attack by the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army at the end of August. More than 350 Rohingya settlements in the West Burmese state of Rakhine were devastated by fire during the suppression. Amnesty' s account recalls earlier research that the remnants of some of these towns - and some structures that had not previously been demolished - had been levelled.

On one occasion, Rohingya village dwellers who had stayed in Myanmar were displaced by force to make way for a shelter. Amnesty said at least four non-fire-damaged mausoleums had been demolished or their roofs or other material taken off since the end of December, a period in which there was no significant clash in the area.

At a Rohingya town, satelite images showed a building for a new frontier station standing next to a recently torn down Mosque. Burma's authorities have said terrorist groups are terrorizing communities to make room for new houses for returnees. In November, Myanmar and Bangladesh concluded an agreement to return the migrants.

Burma has said interim storage facilities are available for returners, but the trial has not yet begun. Myanmar's "transformation" of the area where the Rohingya were living seemed to be geared to receiving more peacekeepers and non-Rohingya village dwellers, Amnesty said, and could prevent the escapees from accepting the repatriation.

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