Judge still yet to decide whether negligent homicide charge filed against Kachin activist can be withdrawn.
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Rejecting media reports of ‘thousands’ of aid workers, residents of a Kayin State township tell a different story.
Eager adventurers will soon have the chance to go up, up and away over Mandalay in a hot-air balloon starting this October, a newly launched company says.
Hundreds of Muslim people have been left homeless after riots in Kanbalu.
New 'birdwatching' workshops shed light on Myanmar's ornithological heritage and cater to an emerging tourism niche.
The government has so far failed to implement drug eradication programs promised during peace talks with the Shan State Army-South, say group representatives.
Police in Mandalay say nine people have admitted responsibility for a spate of stabbings in the city’s moat area.
The Ministry of Health will expand its tuberculosis program in an effort to reach an additional 500 drug-resistant TB patients during 2013, ministry officials say.
The monsoon is expected to start receding from Myanmar from about September 20, with the rain in Yangon to let up around the first week of October, weather forecasters say.
Mandalay Rice Wholesale Centre has been selling off reserves since August 22 in an effort to bring down prices, centre chairman U Thein Zaw says.
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