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Myanmar tries to reassure public after run on banks

B>YANGON:/BMyanmar's ruling military junta has reassured the public about the safety of their bank deposits following a rush on private banks here in recent weeks, state media reported yesterday.

AseanPlus News

Myanmar general admitted to Singapore hospital

B>SINGAPORE:/BOne of Myanmar's most powerful generals is ill and has been admitted to hospital in Singapore, an official from the Singapore General Hospital said yesterday.

Lifestyle

Losing livelihoods

The livelihood of people in the Niger Delta have been devastated by pollution from the oil industry, writes ED STODDARD.

AseanPlus News

Aide says Suu Kyi facing continued harassment

Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has faced constant intimidation and harassment by a group aligned to the military junta during her ongoing travels in northern Myanmar, her party spokesman said Saturday.

AseanPlus News

Suu Kyi still being harassed, says aide

B>YANGON:/BOpposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has faced constant intimidation and harassment by a group aligned to the military junta during her ongoing travels in northern Myanmar, her party spokesman said Saturday.

Nation

Razali hopes to revive stalled talks again

Tan Sri Razali Ismail is still hoping to go to Yangon on June 6 for a five-day mission to restart the national reconciliation process.

Nation

Sec-gen: We'll find out events in Myanmar first

Asean members will use the existing communication channels to find out the actual events in Myanmar before initiating any action.

AseanPlus News

Razali arrives in Yangon to see Suu Kyi

B>YANGON:/BUN envoy Tan Sri Razali Ismail arrived in Myanmar yesterday to try to meet detained democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, hours after Washington said she had been the victim of a #8220;premeditated ambush#8221; by a mob linked to the ruling military junta.

Nation

Ministry can search homes

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AseanPlus News

NLD caused unrest, says Khin Nyunt

B>YANGON: /B>One of Myanmar's most powerful leaders blamed Aung San Suu Kyi's party for violence last week in which at least four people were killed, a sign the military junta may not be willing to free the Nobel laureate from detention.