The nation has been in turmoil since the military took power in February, with many hospitals ill-equipped to cope with a surging caseload after many medical staff walked out in protest at the coup.
Stay-at-home orders affecting millions have failed to halt the surge, with crematoriums working at capacity and volunteers working to bring out the bodies of people who have died in their homes.
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UAE and India boost economic partnership
ABU DHABI: Dr. Thani Bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Trade, has led an official delegation to New Delhi to launch talks on expanding trade and investment relations.
Biden uses tool from Trump's playbook against migrants
The Biden administration is relying on a contested Trump-era policy as it disperses thousands of Haitian migrants along the US-Mexico border in and around the small South Texas city of Del Rio.
Al Wahda look to end winless streak
DUBAI: The fifth round of the Adnoc Pro League will get underway on Thursday. Shabab Al Ahli and Al Wahda match headlines the fifth round, which will be played over two days.
Hollywood film ‘Dune' spotlights the stunning beauty of Abu Dhabi
'Dune' is among more than IIO major productions that have used Abu Dhabi as a location in recent years
A global icon who missed opportunities at home
Named “The World’s Most Powerful Woman” by Forbes magazine for the last 10 years in a row, Merkel has been cast as a powerful defender of liberal values in the West, and millions of women admire the 67-year-old for breaking through the glass ceiling of male dominance in politics
Haitians fear the worst as US begins mass expulsion
Some of the migrants at the Del Rio camp said the recent devastating earthquake in Haiti and the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse make them afraid to return to a country that seems more unstable than when they left
Golden Shoe winner Lewandowski hopes to become ‘even better'
MUNICH: Europe’s ‘Golden Shoe’ winner Robert Lewandowski sent out a warning to defenses around Europe on Tuesday when he likened himself to a ‘good wine’ that was still improving.
Next mission: Saving millions of Afghanis from starvation
Is President Joe Biden killing a million children in Afghanistan? No, certainly not directly, but he and varied other officials set the stage in the overly quick, careless, incompetent US withdrawal that put the Taliban in charge of the place.
Iron curtain falls on Hong Kong cinema as censors demand cuts
HONG KONG: Once renowned for world-class cinema, Hong Kong’s film industry was already struggling before the latest hurdle — Chinese mainland-style censorship as authorities take their purge of dissent into the cultural sphere.
Tunisia leader vows new electoral code
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The Significance of Planting Churches on New Ground
Bishop Chin Kang Mon is the national overseer of Myanmar. Bishop Chin has planted numerous churches throughout the country. One of our newer nations, Bishop Chin has 35 churches, 3 missions, and 1,550 members under his care as well as three orphanages. One of his greatest accomplishments is the establishment of South East Asia Mission College. Bishop Chin writes, The ultimate objective of this college is to prepare, equip, and train his people to be effective workers of God in Myanmar and beyond. Its vision is to adequately produce and multiply planters, evangelists, missionaries, and cell-leaders. SEAMC graduates and students are enthusiastic in different fields of ministry in Myanmar. There have been 425 graduates from SEAMC and 75 percent of graduates have been serving the Lord as missionaries, evangelists, pastors, and association/church key leaders in Myanmar. Fifty percent of the graduates have been serving the Lord in new mission fields among unreached people groups.
DIGITAL SIEGE: INTERNET CUTS BECOME FAVORED TOOL OF REGIMES
When army generals in Myanmar staged a coup last week, they briefly cut internet access in an apparent attempt to stymie protests. In Uganda, residents couldn’t use Facebook, Twitter and other social media for weeks after a recent election. And in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region, the internet has been down for months amid a wider conflict.
When the Signal Goes Out
Government-ordered internet shutdowns are becoming more frequent
Thanaka Color Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is a mystical country centered among Southeast Asia's more common destinations, yet still remaining relatively unknown. After many years of isolation, Myanmar has only recently opened up to the outside world. The magnificent land is also known as the Golden Land.
Kids can serve their world
Shaun McKinley International Children’s Ministries Director CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES
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Bangladesh Has A Lot To Prove
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