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.@hrw finds buildings torched in Let Kar village in Rakhine state, which residents had fled after fighting. The group says the destruction resembles burning of Rohingya villages by Myanmar’s military in 2017. The military blames Arakan Army insurgents. https://t.co/g1iHYUvqGs
"It is already a huge challenge to contain the spread of coronavirus amongst the Rohingya refugees living in over-crowded camps, sharing water and toilet facilities," said Dipankar Datta, the country director of Oxfam in Bangladesh. https://t.co/C9IouwhaP9
Zarchi Lwin is one of hundreds of thousands of Asian garment workers laid off because of #coronavirus. They face an uncertain future after western brands cancelled orders with new ones only starting to trickle back. By @thuttag @ReutersRuma @poppymcp https://t.co/WdYpenfUS1
In a “game-changer” for the Asia-Pacific drug market, Myanmar police have seized 3700 litres of liquid fentanyl in the Golden Triangle. It’s the first time the deadly synthetic opioid that has wreaked havoc in Nth America has been found there. https://t.co/BJRUOhxixp
A tragic collision of the two big crises facing Myanmar - the pandemic and worsening civil war - has cost a 28-year-old man his life. "He went there in the midst of fighting when many people didn’t dare to go," his father told us. https://t.co/dnFzh5kWpE
A coffin maker may give a better indication of the #coronavirus death toll in Indonesia than official figures: He used to make 5 to 7 coffins a day. Now it is 20 to 30. Meanwhile, an ambulance driver speaks of bodies being buried until 10 p.m. every night. https://t.co/msWaXtHaBn
“It is real... Not an April Fool,” Nyi Nyi Tun, a spokesman for the president’s office, told Reuters by phone. The Nobel laureate, 74, spent 15 years under house arrest and missed the emergence of laptops and smartphones. https://t.co/xdMbXRDKuU
This is very bad news. Myanmar’s health system, neglected for decades under the military junta and which @WHO ranked the world’s worst last time it did the ratings in 2000, is in no way equipped to handle a major outbreak. https://t.co/qXFoOvQlD2
"Our first run was 20 pizzas. Then it kept growing and growing." A volunteer group in south London called @criticalnhs raised £22,000 in just four days to buy hundreds of free meals for nurses fighting the #coronavirus menace. https://t.co/wCRnJzrdyw https://t.co/FDcYGBzLES