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Sunday, May 9, 2021

Myanmar: If independent media dies, democracy dies

Asia Pacific Report
Pacific Media Watch -
May 8, 2021
Molotov, one of the emerging new media outlets in Myanmar. Image: Phil Thornton/IFJ



ANALYSIS: By Phil Thornton

As chaos flows in Burma, journalists are being forced to hide in plain sight by the Burmese military, writes senior journalist and Myanmar expert Phil Thornton.

Journalists in Myanmar are being hunted and arrested by the country’s military for trying to do their job. Independent media outlets have been raided, licences revoked and offices closed.

To avoid arrest, independent journalists have gone into deep hiding, taken refuge in ethnic controlled regions or fled to neighboring countries. The military and its paid informers trawl through neighborhoods, coffee shops and scan social media for evidence to justify arresting journalists.

Monday, April 22, 2019

Turkey launches media training program for Rohingya

AA
Mehmet Alaca and Mesut Ozcan 
ANKARA, 22.04.2019

Turkish body, national broadcaster will host Rohingya Muslims in Ankara, Istanbul


The Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities (YTB) and Turkish broadcaster TRT inaugurated the “Arakan Media Training Program” on Monday.

Rohingya Muslim journalists and students residing in 12 different countries will participate in the program which will be held in Ankara and Istanbul.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Arakan Army camps destroyed in border operation, says Indian media

Frontier
MYANMAR
Monday, March 18, 2019

Arakan Army leaders gather with other ethnic armed group representatives in Mai Ja Yang, a town controlled by the Kachin Independence Army on the border with China, in 2016. (AFP)

YANGON — Up to 12 Arakan Army camps were destroyed by the Tatmadaw in a coordinated operation with the Indian army that ended early this month, Indian publications have reported.

The operation targeting AA camps in Rakhine State near India’s Mizoram State came ahead of a Tatmadaw strike on the headquarters of a Naga rebel group in Sagaing Region, they reported.