The Myawaddy Daily newspaper

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The first issue of The Myawaddy Daily, a daily newspaper published by the army, hit the streets in Rangoon on Saturday, April 2, 2011. Media observers say more newspapers and other media are likely to appear under the new government formed in March.  Photo: Mizzima

 
 

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Accusing villagers of supporting ethnic Shan rebels, the Shan State Army (South), the Burmese Army on July 29 torched 154 houses in Hokhe village, Mai Kai Township leaving over 600 people homeless. In a bid to eliminate ethnic armed rebels, fighting for self-determination, the Burmese Army uses the four-cuts policy. But the junta’s policy is a nightmare for local villagers forcing them to be displaced or to flee to neighbouring countries..
Accusing villagers of supporting ethnic Shan rebels, the Shan State Army (South), the Burmese Army on July 29 torched 154 houses in Hokhe village, Mai Kai Township leaving over 600 people homeless. In a bid to eliminate ethnic armed rebels, fighting for self-determination, the Burmese Army uses the four-cuts policy. But the junta’s policy is a nightmare for local villagers forcing them to be displaced or to flee to neighbouring countries..
Members of National League for Democracy saluting Burma’s Martyr's including General Aung San, architect of the country’s independence, on Martyr’s Day, July 19, 2009. Photo – Mizzima. With the government making no special announcements and events to mark the day, the Martyr’s Day has largely remained unnoticed. While General Aung San’s daughter Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of NLD, remains under detention, her party members gathered at party office to mark the 62nd Martyr’s Day.
Members of National League for Democracy saluting Burma’s Martyr's including General Aung San, architect of the country’s independence, on Martyr’s Day, July 19, 2009. Photo – Mizzima. With the government making no special announcements and events to mark the day, the Martyr’s Day has largely remained unnoticed. While General Aung San’s daughter Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of NLD, remains under detention, her party members gathered at party office to mark the 62nd Martyr’s Day.
Following the detection of A/H1N1 influenza virus case on a student, residents of Rangoon are seen increasingly using mask as prevention against the disease.
Following the detection of A/H1N1 influenza virus case on a student, residents of Rangoon are seen increasingly using mask as prevention against the disease.
Mizzima's Ten Years Anniversary Video CD cover
Mizzima's Ten Years Anniversary Video CD cover