The chief minister of Karenni State said his govt would push ahead with its plan to erect a large statue of Gen Aung San in the state capital despite some local opposition.
Britain and France should make clear there will be no "business as usual" until Thailand’s PM holds a fair election, a rights group says.
Landslides, swollen rivers strand many villagers in west of country; more heavy rains forecast
A police investigator failed to show at court to testify as a prosecution witness against two reporters who were arrested in December and accused of possessing secret govt papers.
Passengers taken to camp in Maungdaw after vessel damaged by high winds; point of departure unclear
The KIA accused the Myanmar military of genocide and human rights abuses including rape and murder on Saturday to mark the seven-year anniversary of fighting in Kachin State.
Up to 2,000 logs seized by authorities in Kachin State in December have been smuggled to China since late May, according to a Union lawmaker.
Govt powerless to curb Tatmadaw’s efforts to block EAOs and thwart reform, according to new analysis.
The social welfare, relief and resettlement ministry is designing a plan to close IDP camps in Rakhine, Kachin, Shan and Karen states, where more than 160,000 IDPs are sheltering.
Having never seen Yangon, Ma Raw Mie decided to visit Myanmar's bustling commercial capital without telling anyone. She is now serving a one-year prison sentence with hard labor.
Anti-war protesters urge government leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to take action against police who this month broke up a peace rally and arrested them.
A survivor of the Depayin Massacre in 2003 describes how regime-linked thugs attacked a convoy in rural Sagaing Region that included Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
Prosecution witness Major Aung Kyaw San said police did not have a warrant to search the phones because the reporters were accused under the Official Secrets Act.
Group of 62 who crossed border independently now await temporary resettlement in Hla Phoe Khaung transit camp
The Mon National Representative Party will soon register with the UEC in order to contest the 2020 elections and “truly represent all Mon people.”