They join about 536,000 self-identifying Rohingya who have fled Myanmar since Aug. 25.
Security concerns raised for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi after guns seized from ex-minister’s son in Naypyitaw.
World Bank will delay loan until conditions improve in Rakhine State.
‘Beijing New Airport’ expected to have eventual capacity for 100 million passengers.
Did Daw Aung San Suu Kyi decide not to attend UN General Assembly for fear of a state of emergency at home?
Mon State begins acting on govt directive for environmental standards.
Wu Aiying was one of only a handful of senior female officials in China.
U Phyo Ko Ko Tint San arrested with two other men for possession of firearms before boarding flight to Yangon.
Myanmar’s peace negotiators including State Counselor make speeches on truce in Naypyitaw.
Tatmadaw’s True News Information Team will release findings when it has ‘comprehensive information.’
The country’s framework for the peace process promises to ‘make efforts to achieve 30 percent female participation in all political dialogues.’
Nay Tun’s seventh solo exhibition features depictions of monks collecting alms and women planting rice.
UNFC states it does not have enough time to prepare for the event after late invitation.
Ewan Cameron questions why the EU-Myanmar Investment Protection Agreement is being sold as common sense.
Ministry of Electricity and Energy focuses on Buthidaung, Maungdaw and Rathedaung townships.