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  1. Inda Aung Soe and his wife collect food waste at the wet market to produce organic fertilizer in Ya

    Trash is treasure as Myanmar environmentalist turns food scraps into fertiliser

    To most people in Myanmar, food waste is nothing but garbage, and that attitude leaves Inda Soe Aung baffled.
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    Ep 2: Bagan

    900 years ago, the Bagan Empire united Myanmar and transformed into a world centre of Buddhism. Curator and scholar Peter Lee explores how it grew ...
  3. Myanmar covid temperature check

    Myanmar says eight coronavirus cases among returnees from Malaysia

    Myanmar authorities said on Tuesday (May 19) said they have found eight coronavirus cases among scores of people who returned from Malaysia, where ...
  4. The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Yangon

    'All my dreams are shattered': COVID-19 crushes Asia’s garment industry

    Zarchi Lwin pawned her only two gold bangles for US$140 when the owner of the Myanmar factory where she sewed winter coats for British retailer ...
  5. Undated handout photo of precursor chemicals used to make illicit drugs such as methamphetamine, ke

    Huge fentanyl haul seized in Golden Triangle as Asian crime gangs shift to opioids

    Myanmar police say they have seized a huge haul of liquid fentanyl, the first time one of the dangerous synthetic opioids that have ravaged North ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Myanmar police officer poses for a photograph in Maungdaw, Rakhine

    Myanmar dismisses fresh war crimes allegations by UN rights envoy as 'biased'

    A Myanmar government spokesman on Friday dismissed allegations by the departing United Nations rights envoy that the military was committing fresh ...
  7. Rohingya refugees who were rescued by Bangladesh Coast Guard, sit on the shore in Teknaf

    Commentary: The danger of disease in Cox's Bazar, home to the world’s largest refugee camp

    No COVID-19 cases have been reported since Cox’s Bazar camps were put in lockdown, but the conditions put the Rohingya at risk of contracting many ...