DVB explores the life of one of Burma’s leading political activists, Naw Ohn Hla.
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DVB Debate asks whether or not the people of Burma can and should forgive the military regime for its decades of repression.
Twenty-five years after the bloody military crackdown on protestors in Burma, activists are asking whether it’s time to forgive and forget.
Up to seven protesters demonstrating against the protest law have been charged for protesting illegally.
Two US-based journalists have been blacklisted by the Burmese government after they visited conflict-struck western Arakan state to cover the ongoing persecution of the Rohingya Muslim minority.
Villages in Mon, Karen and Shan states inundated after days of monsoon rains while in Pegu some 600 residents are evacuated into monasteries and shelters.
Due to a chronic shortage of midwives in Burma, expectant mothers are being put at risk from complications during pregnancy and birth.