Seven of those detained are suspected of attending a military training camp in northern Arakan State.
The dwindling cottage industry relies on a handful of people in Ywalut village of Mon State’s Chaungzon Township to keep it alive.
Survey of over 12,000 women finds 20 percent have suffered from physical, sexual or psychological abuse.
Outspoken lawmakers urge the Rangoon regional government not to continue city expansion without what they referred to as a ‘proper’ business plan.
The only known photo of a Nov. 2016 meeting between the former junta chief and Saw Mutu Say Poe is revealed on Facebook.
Pavilions will be permitted for the Burmese New Year in mid-April but curbed by 45 regulations and restricted to private spaces.
The SSPP asks the NLD-led govt to let by-elections proceed amid discussions of postponing voting in northern Shan State due to security concerns.
A total of 50 former political prisoners will be given 300,000 kyats per month to work in CSOs and media organizations in Burma.
Observers say Burma’s legal system is a holdover from the previous government upholding old policies, and reform is needed from its foundation.
The two, who were seized by militants in July last year in waters off the Malaysian state of Sabah, are recovering in hospital.
Convicted killer Chuop Somlap says murder was over a debt though human rights groups remain skeptical of the motive.
Police look into the death of a motorbike taxi driver who was killed by a gunshot in Mandalay.
Critics highlight some of the NLD government’s unpopular policies that could cost the party votes in the April 1 by-elections.
An investigation committee criticizes the township level NVC securitization body for ‘wrongly issuing full citizenship’ to 22 Muslim residents.
After meeting with Mon civil leaders, the New Mon State Party suggests they are moving towards signing nationwide ceasefire agreement.