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|By WAI MOE|
|The Burmese junta’s Secretary-1, Gen Tin Aung Myint Oo, who has been absent at state ceremonies in April, is reportedly hospitalized in Singapore.|
|By KO HTWE|
|An explosion in the Loikaw police station kills a man allegedly arrested for trying to place a bomb in a Loikaw market|
|By THANYARAT DOKSONE|
|Thai security forces and anti-government protesters clashed on the outskirts of Bangkok, with troops firing both over and then directly into a crowd. At least 10 protesters and one soldier were wounded.|
|By LAWI WENG|
|Harn Lay, The Irrawaddy's illustrator and cartoonist, has won a Hellman/ Hammett grant for his political cartoons and art penned against the military regime in Burma.|
|By KHAING THWE|
|People along Burma's western coastal areas should pay attention to weather reports of cyclones and storms in the Bay of Bengal during the early monsoon season in April and May.|
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New Mon State Party prepares for war
The New Mon State Party is making preparations in case war breaks out between ...
PM and cabinet ministers resign from military posts
Twenty-two of the junta’s cabinet ministers including Prime Minister Thein Sein ...
Pressure mounts on foreign energy firms in Burma to come clean
International pressure is mounting on multinational oil and gas companies operating ...