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Video shows dramatic moment a Myanmar passenger plane made an emergency landing without its front landing gear
A passenger plane operated by Myanmar's flagship airline made a dramatic landing on Sunday after its front landing gear malfunctioned.
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6 Myanmar nationals found in a Singapore cemetery say they were gravediggers – this is what their graveyard ‘home’ looks like
The men claimed that they were working as grave diggers in the cemetery.
‘They threw us under the bus at every opportunity’: Facebook fact-checkers say its mission to weed out fake news was a PR stunt
Some fact-checkers expressed dismay at the news that Facebook hired the Republican-linked PR firm Definers to smear prominent critic George Soros
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is facing backlash for encouraging people to visit Myanmar, where social media may have helped fuel a mass genocide
The Twitter CEO sparked outrage with his positive Tweets about his recent trip to Myanmar, where social media may have worsened a humanitarian crisis.
It was carrying 40 pounds of fireworks when it exploded on Wednesday night, and the explosion left nine people injured according to local media.
Pence on Wednesday condemned the Myanmar military's violence against the Rohingya, while Suu Kyi said 'we understand our country better.'
Democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi has been stripped of another human-rights award as legal net squeezes Myanmar’s generals
Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been stripped of an Amnesty International honor as the agency accuses her of perpetuating human-rights abuses.
Canada has been doubling down on its criticism of human-rights abuses around the world. In August, it called out Saudi Arabia for arresting several prominant human-rights activists. Now Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi is Canada's latest target in the crackdown.
In Myanmar, economic opportunity and a renewed commitment to democracy are on the horizon if leader Aung San Suu Kyi wants them
Supporters had looked to Aung San Suu Kyi for hope after decades of military rule in Myanmar. But with hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims fleeing the country for refugee camps in Bangladesh and two Reuters journalists being imprisoned for seven years, many Burmese are questioning her reforms