Office of Myanmar Army chief sends condolences to family of U Saw Naing of Ana-Wa-Min diving service.
Officials say the UN’s top official in Myanmar Renata Lok-Dessallien’s ‘performance has been constantly appreciated.’
The 30-year-old male is believed to have died of natural causes, bringing the estimated population in the Irrawaddy protection zone to 67.
A witch doctor who fatally beat three children is sentenced to death plus seven years in prison.
The Voice Daily’s Ko Kyaw Zwa Naing is absolved of defamation charges, but U Kyaw Min Swe is again denied bail.
Myanmar could be a UN success story if the organization appointed effective personnel to the country.
Mon State’s security and border affairs minister tells the regional parliament that police must go undercover to apprehend dealers, at great risk.
Myanmar’s military filed defamation charges against university students after they staged a drama critical of the Tatmadaw.
Mandalay Division’s Ma Ha Na asks unauthorized laymen to leave monastery premises for fear they may be partaking in illegal activities.
On visit to Sweden, State Counselor says investigation into alleged human rights abuses by Myanmar’s military would inflame ethnic tensions.
Around 950 people fleeing fighting in the Kachin State township continue to take temporary shelter at the churches and monasteries in Tanai town.
More than 200 police troops and 700 hired reinforcements clear 20,000 homes from government land in Hlegu Township, Yangon.
Township authorities ask those seeking refuge in Tanai to relocate to a village where clashes between the Burma Army and the KIA are frequent.
The Burmese military will cooperate with the Chinese manufacturer of the military plane that crashed into the Andaman Sea for an investigation.
They were being transferred from the 100-bed Myeik military hospital to the 1,000-bed Mingalardon military hospital in Rangoon for treatment.