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Money Talks: Myanmar marks 70 years of independence

Myanmar is marking 70 years of independence from British rule, but celebrations have been low-key. The country's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi was nowhere to be seen at official ceremonies. Her government has been facing global condemnation over the Rohingya refugee crisis in Rakhine state. And as Laila Humairah reports, that area is central to the country's economic ambitions. For more, we are joined by Saskia Sassen, Professor of Sociology at Columbia University, from London.

Rohingya Muslims at ‘Risk of Genocide’

Rohingya Muslims at ‘Risk of Genocide’

Rohingya Refugee Crisis: UN envoys visit Myanmar's Rakhine state

Rohingya Refugee Crisis: UN envoys visit Myanmar's Rakhine state

Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Details of massacre in Rakhine state released

Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Details of massacre in Rakhine state released

Money Talks: China's 2017 economic growth beats estimates

Money Talks: China's 2017 economic growth beats estimates

The War in Ukraine: One Year On | Bigger than Five

The War in Ukraine: One Year On | Bigger than Five

Brazil’s Return to CELAC

Brazil’s Return to CELAC

The Global Energy Crisis

The Global Energy Crisis

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

Our Planet's Global Warning

Our Planet's Global Warning

The World Food Crisis

The World Food Crisis

Bigger Than Five Promo

Bigger Than Five Promo

Extended Interview with Luis Moreno Ocampo | Bigger Than Five

Extended Interview with Luis Moreno Ocampo | Bigger Than Five

Palestine, Israel and the ICC | Bigger Than Five

Palestine, Israel and the ICC | Bigger Than Five

Welcoming Ukraine's Refugees | Bigger Than Five

Welcoming Ukraine's Refugees | Bigger Than Five

A FAILED SANCTIONS POLICY

A FAILED SANCTIONS POLICY

State of the Pandemic | Bigger Than Five

State of the Pandemic | Bigger Than Five

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