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Wednesday, June 21 2017

Nyo Win’s family relied on his small-scale fishing expeditions for more than 20 years. But now he is considering abandoning the work.

Monday, June 12 2017

The low-level hum of weaving machines and conversation fill the house in Chai village, a rural community in Magwe Region’s ...

Saturday, June 10 2017

Everything changed for Zaw Zaw Latt and Pwint Phyu Latt in June 2015, when the Mandalay-based interfaith activists and ...

Friday, May 19 2017

For years, a natural buffer of thick forest kept the annual monsoon waters from inundating Sein Win’s ...

Saturday, May 13 2017

Until fairly recently, the residents of Kan Ngu, a coastal village in southern Rakhine State, had considered the mangroves in ...

Thursday, May 4 2017

According to the United Nations, corruption is ‘the misuse or the abuse of public office for private gain.’

Tuesday, May 2 2017

Thiri's heart started pounding and her whole body shook after she swallowed the final dose of pills that would end ...

Wednesday, April 5 2017

After decades on the run from armed conflict in their ancestral lands, Myanmar nationals with Karen heritage are finally ...

Thursday, March 23 2017

Fourteen-year-old San Min Hteik had worked at the steel factory for less than a week when his hand got caught ...

Saturday, March 4 2017

Months after a report on abuses and corruption in prison labour camps prompted calls for reforms and investigations, little has changed.

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