U Aung Zay Ya Village


U Aung Zay Ya Village is a Village in Hpaing Lin Village Tract of Tamu Township, Tamu District, Sagaing Region, Myanmar. It lies between latitude 24.68127 and longitude 94.56973.

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Detained Myanmar reporter Aung Naing shot dead

Fri, 2014-10-24 13:47
A Burmese journalist has been shot dead while trying to escape from custody, the army has said. A military statement said that Aung Naing was arrested in Mon state at the end of September while covering clashes near the border between Thailand and ... catched

Burmese Women Honored for Activism

Fri, 2014-10-24 11:41
The network is not active in Burma, but it does maintain contacts with Burmese advocacy groups. The Burmese women are also participating in a two-day N-Peace workshop prior to the award ceremony. “We reflect on, and find solutions to, the persistent ... catched

BUSINESS WEEKLY 24 OCTOBER 2014

Fri, 2014-10-24 10:54
The Burmese currency has weakened; it was selling on Friday at 1,000 kyat to the US dollar, while buying at 993. The price of gold is at 657,900 kyat per tical. Fuel prices remain constant: petrol 820 kyat; diesel 950 kyat; octane 950 kyat per litre ... catched

Burmese migrants march against 'conmen'

Thu, 2014-10-23 11:42
Around 700 protesters marched to the Royal Thai Police's Crime Suppression Division headquarters in Bangkok to file a complaint against Sunjaoping Partnership Ltd, a company that allegedly conned millions of baht from over 2,000 Burmese migrants this ... catched

Burmese, Like Cubans, Are Fighting for Real Democracy

Thu, 2014-10-23 06:31
The first of these still tops the list of places where few want to live, while Myanmar (Burma) has undertaken a slow and imperfect process of opening. In Prague I just met two Burmese who are contributing to these small changes, the blogger Nay Phone ... catched

Myanmar Opposition Welcomes Election Announcement

Tue, 2014-10-21 21:27
The main opposition in Myanmar, also known as Burma, says it welcomes the announcement of general elections for late next year.

The National League for Democracy (NLD), which is led by Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, says it is looking forward to the vote. catched