Shoon Naing

Shoon Naing

@Shoon_Naing

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Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist #Correspondent @Reuters_in_Myanmar

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Joined on July 28, 2016
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The coronavirus outbreak has forced migrant workers to return home to Myanmar from other countries in the region, and some have gone to the mines. Nhkum Seng Naw, 22, was one of at least 70,000 people who came back from Thailand. https://t.co/T1gGQTn6EW

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Myanmar’s Ministry of Health announced on Saturday morning that 17 new corona virus positive cases found in the country.  All these patients have travel history of recently coming back from India and have been quarantined since then.

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“The education we are heading towards is not just to get a graduation certificate,” said State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi during her video conference regarding the discussion of reopening Myanmar schools soon. https://t.co/VR8qOiDDTN

“The education we are heading towards is not just to get a graduation certificate,” said State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi during her video conference regarding the discussion of reopening Myanmar schools soon. https://t.co/VR8qOiDDTN

Myanmar military may be committing new war crimes, says departing rights envoy https://t.co/CklvrCuc6Q

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U.N. concerned over 'grave immediate risk' to Rohingya refugees on boats https://t.co/jWP7Xl1Whv

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"We pay tribute to the members of the Tatmadaw...to defend the lives and property of our people" https://t.co/YYKHlRLMHA

"We pay tribute to the members of the Tatmadaw...to defend the lives and property of our people" https://t.co/YYKHlRLMHA

“The government doesn’t actually acknowledge political prisoners but we were asked for some lists and we gave a list of over 70,” said Aung Myo Kyaw of the rights group Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP). https://t.co/t7WqAf8Cp2

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