A press briefing on the investigation into U Ko Ni’s killing receives thumbs-down from many public and political observers.
National League for Democracy secretariat member says home ministry’s press briefing resembled those held by Gen Khin Nyunt in the 90s.
‘Losing someone like U Ko Ni is such a deep loss for the National League for Democracy’ says the State Counselor in a rare public appearance.
At authorities’ press conference, home affairs minister Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe says that it is highly possible that extreme nationalism fueled the grudge.
Local villagers report life returning to normal after government say operations have ceased, but there are conflicting reports from the Army.
This week, we discuss and analyze official statements regarding the assassination of lawyer U Ko Ni, which have attracted public attention.
Research by the Ethnic Nationalities Affairs Center describes how natural resource revenue could be shared between Burma’s central and state govts.
‘Now that the new system is underway, we will suggest ways to make it more efficient for commuters,’ says USDP spokesperson Dr. Nanda Hla Myint.
The ocean space management plan aims to maintain livelihoods that rely on the sea and protect Burma’s dolphins, sea turtles, and other species.
Burma officially launches a national education plan that sets strategic directions for educational reform over the next five years.
National League for Democracy sources say Daw Aung San Suu Kyi feels remiss over silence following renowned legal advisor’s assassination.
Authorities confirm an investigation into the deaths of two prisoners in police custody, and say it is not the only such case being looked into.
‘Let us continue the pilgrimage to peace—not return to war.’ His Eminence Cardinal Charles Bo makes a plea for peace and an end to conflict in Myanmar.
Arakan State police arrested 149 suspected methamphetamine drug dealers—127 men and 22 women—and filed 88 court cases in 2016.
Bangladesh’s foreign minister says the arrival of refugees from Burma is having an adverse impact on the local population and undermining security.