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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

UN aid chief: No progress so Rohingya can return to Myanmar.

Mail online
30 April 2019
By ASSOCIATED PRESS


UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The U.N. humanitarian chief said Monday there has been "no progress" in dealing with the reasons why more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fled to Bangladesh from western Myanmar's Rakhine state.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Hidden but hopeful: the youth of Myanmar's cloistered Wa region.

Mail online
20 April 2019
By AFP


Cloistered and highly-militarised, Wa's authoritarian rulers have virtually cut off the region from the rest of Myanmar

High up in the eastern mountains of Myanmar bordering China, Wa is one of Asia's most remote areas -- and not an easy place to grow up.

Cloistered and highly-militarised, Wa's authoritarian rulers have virtually cut off the region from the rest of Myanmar.

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Flamboyant funeral sees off Myanmar monk in costly style.

Mail Online  
4 April 2019
By AFP

It took the monk's followers nine months to raise the $80,000 needed for the extravagant cremation - a fortune in one of Asia's poorest countries

Thousands of devotees flocked to a mock palace of kaleidoscopic colours in Myanmar this week to dance, sing and pay their final respects at the lavish cremation of a local celebrity monk.

Abbot Kay Lar Tha was just 48 when he died last year from leukaemia in Mudon village, in the country's southeast.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Gas explosion kills 16 in Myanmar's remote Wa state: Wa army.

mailOnline
By AFP
24 March 2019


The self-proclaimed Wa State enjoys an unusual degree of autonomy within Myanmar and boasts the country's largest non-state army of around 30,000 soldiers

The self-proclaimed Wa State enjoys an unusual degree of autonomy within Myanmar and boasts the country's largest non-state army of around 30,000 soldiers



A gas explosion in a secretive enclave run by the ethnic Wa in Myanmar's eastern borderlands has killed 16 people and injured dozens, the United Wa State Army (UWSA) said Sunday.

Emergency workers could be seen trawling through debris at the explosion site in Mongmaw town in a video posted on Facebook by UWSA spokesman Nyi Rang.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Senators ask US to sanction Myanmar army chief.

MailOnline 
By AFP |20 March 2019


Myanmar military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, seen here inspecting a bridge in August 2018, is facing calls from US senators to face punishment over the campaign against the Rohingya minority
Myanmar military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, seen here inspecting a bridge in August 2018, is facing calls from US senators to face punishment over the campaign against the Rohingya minority


Senators called Wednesday for the United States to slap sanctions on Myanmar's army chief, saying more needed to be done to bring accountability over the campaign against the Rohingya.



In a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, the four senators said Myanmar has shown "no credible signs of progress" despite widespread international condemnation of the killings and sexual violence against members of the mostly Muslim minority.