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Alleged drug dealers arrested in Ye Tsp

Drug dealers were arrested and more than 580 methamphetamine tablets confiscated in Ye Township, according to incident reports from the Ye Township Police Force. At 6 AM last Saturday, police seized 589 “WY” tablets from Ma Nilar Oo after stopping her motorbike on a bridge in the Ye-Chaung Taung area …

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Mon State holds 13th Medical Conference

Mon State’s 13th annual Medical Conference was organized by the Moulmein branch of the Myanmar Medical Association last week for senior doctors to discuss recent medical developments with young healthcare professionals.

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AMDP’s Chairman Nai Seik passes away

Nai Seik, the chairman of the All Mon Regions Democracy Party (AMDP), passed away at 4:10 PM on Saturday at the age of 84. His passing occurred at his house in Myaingtharyar Quarter, Moulmein, the capital of Mon State. His funeral was organized during Sunday afternoon and he departed for …

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New CCGT power plant to be installed in Mon State

Myanmar Electric Power Enterprise and CEEC sign contract for CCGT construction (Photo: Myanma Ahlin)

A project to construct a combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant in Mon State’s Thaton Town was finalized at a contract signing between the Myanmar Electric Power Enterprise (MEPE) and China Engineering Energy Group (CEEC) in Nay Pyi Taw on January 26.

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Karen political parties merge

copy of the statement released by merging Karen political parties  (Photo: MNA)

Karen political parties have agreed to form a single party for the purpose of establishing nationality states, according to U Mann Aung Pyi Soe, Vice-chairman of the Plone-Sawor Democratic Party (PSDP).

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CSOs, political parties: renew U.S. reporting requirements for investors

copy of HURFOM’s recommendation to the U.S. Gov’t (photo: MNA)

Over 40 civil society organizations (CSOs), activists, and political parties based in Burma and along its border with Thailand submitted recommendations to the United States government urging continued and strengthened transparency in the U.S.’s Reporting Requirements on Responsible Investment in Burma, according to the U.S. Campaign for Burma.

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