Myanmar Morning News For October 4

Myanmar Morning News For October 4

Myanmar morning newsDistrust and suspicion deepens in Myanmar’s Rakhine State amid violence
Suspicion and anger directed at Rakhine State’s Muslims appears to be continuing to intensify.
— Channel NewsAsia

Diplomats who toured Myanmar’s Rakhine want access for aid
A group of 20 foreign diplomats who visited Myanmar’s Rakhine state, where half a million ethnic Rohingya Muslims fled recent violence, have urged the government to allow access by humanitarian groups and by a United Nations fact-finding mission to investigate allegations of human rights violations.
— Business Standard

Mandalay city says firms cause delay of convention centre
Mayor Dr Ye Lwin has blamed the poor design and quality in the construction of the Mandalay Convention Centre (MCC), according to a post on his Facebook page last week.
— Myanmar Times

Local log exporters concerned about foreign competition
LOG exporting businesses in Myanmar have requested the government to hold tenders only open to domestic log traders.
— Myanmar Times

Global terror groups set to exploit violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine: Analysts
As the crisis in Myanmar’s Rakhine State continues, regional and international terror groups are coalescing around the plight of the Rohingya, calling for a jihad to defend them, warn analysts familiar with the situation.
— Channel NewsAsia

State Counsellor to pay a visit to Brunei soon
State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi will pay a visit to Brunei Darussalam before long to attend the Golden Jubilee gala of King Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah’s succession to the throne.
— Eleven Myanmar

UN vows not to repeat its cholera failure in Myanmar
The World Health Organisation’s emergencies chief says the agency could have acted faster and sent more vaccines to fight a massive, deadly surge of cholera cases in war-battered Yemen this year.
— Bangkok Post

Bangladeshi home minister to visit Myanmar soon
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal of Bangladesh will pay a visit to Myanmar soon, a report of the State Counsellor Office said on October 3.
— Eleven Myanmar

Distilleries under fire over water pollution
Distilleries are coming under increasing pressure from the government and the public to install systems to treat the huge volumes of wastewater they discharge into the environment.
— Frontier Myanmar

Myanmar citizens arrested for taking fees at Samut Prakan labour office
Three Myanmar men and a Myanmar woman were arrested at the Samut Prakan migrant worker registration office on Tuesday morning for unlawfully taking fees from employers or workers seeking to register in the Kingdom.
— The Nation

 

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