Response to Tun Kin’s interview with Aljazeera on the false information about so-called Rohingyas-Video

Fighting between So-called Rohingya Bengali and Arakan are not internal fighting. Arakan and People of Burma are defending their land from intruding so-called Rohingya Bengali Islamic Extremist Terrorists Illegal Immigrants from Bangladesh massacring of peaceful Arakan civilians in Burma. So-called Rohingya Bengali Islamic Extremist Terrorists Illegal Immigrants are exploiting Burma crisis instigating religious hatred trying to turn Arakan crisis into religious crisis. We must be vigilant not to fall into so-called Rohingya Bengali Islamic Extremist Terrorists Illegal Immigrants’ trap and at the same time all the responsible global citizens must denounce such kind of cruel acts.

Indian Embassy in Myanmar catches fire

Reported by Staff Correspondent Translated by Soe Tint
A fire broke out in the Indian Embassy in Yangon, Myanmar, on 15 July.

The fire started at about 6.5 pm due to the extreme heat of an inverter on the second floor of the embassy building, which is located at the corner of Pansoedan Street and Merchant Street in Kyauktada Townsip.

Twenty vehicles, including 16 fire trucks, rushed to the scene and managed to put out the fire at 6.30 pm.

Some documents, furniture and computers were damaged in the fire. During the fire, members of a police battalion guarded the embassy for its safety.

Burma: Thai factories discuss to operate in Myanmar


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Myanmar migrant workers passing Thai border gate

Some Thai factories inundated during last years’ flood are now discussing about possible functioning in Myanmar.

The managements of these factories conducted negotiation with the responsible persons of railway and industry ministries of Myanmar to set up factories in some Myanmar towns such as Myawadi, Hpaya Thone Zuu, Hpa-an, HteeKhee-Khtee-Kha, MoneHtaw-MoneHtar and Mese of four states such as Kayin, Kayah, Mon and Shan, as well as Thanintharyi Region.

The agricultural-based factories and garment factories, as well as the Baby Corn Thailand will also establish the factories in Myanmar.

Railway Minister U Aung Min confirmed these discussions during a press conference in Nay Pyi Taw on 1July.

As the government is attempting to make lasting peace with ethnic armed forces, the aim for permission of foreign factories in the country is to create job opportunities for those would give up weapons, refugees from border areas, and refugees fleeing from the internal conflicts when they come back home.

There are 60,000 members of ethnic armed forces and 430,000 civil war refugees in Myanmar, as well as 350,000 refugees at the border camps. Among them it is expected that about 840,000 persons will arrive back into the country after making the lasting peace.  news-eleven   Reported by Marn Thu Shein Translated by Aung Khin