Recent riots in Meiktila and other parts of central Myanmar once again show that the country is passing through a testing time. The stakeholders—be it the armed forces, the opposition democracy activists or government officials—are each facing challenges in handling the recent communal and/or religious conflict.
Taungup: Two ministers in Arakan state government met the public in Taungup, a town located in the southern part of Arakan state, on Wednesday to explain its plan to sell a valuable rock mountain, Naypu Taung, to a Vietnamese company.
Related to the fatal shooting incident between Light Infantry Battalion (LIB) 331 commander and his deputy Tachilek, the commander of the city’s operations command has been called to Kengtung by the Triangle Region Command for further interrogation, said news sources close to Tatmadaw.
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