State news agency Xinhua said it was a show of force highlighting China’s resolve to protect its people.
Thai military general says area for 70,000 refugees to safely return to Karen State has been prepared.
Media reports say the body of estranged half brother of the North Korean leader is being prepared at a funeral home to go on a flight to Beijing.
AgBank announces three-year plan for center days after it suspended an account used to fund ethnic rebels fighting the Burma Army.
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.
Presidential spokesman Zaw Htay says shutting down account used by Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army was ‘very positive move from China.’
Agricultural Bank of China shuts down account used by Kokang-based Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army to source donations.
Government and industry sources say PetroChina pipeline days away from pumping oil from Kyaukphyu, Arakan State to Yunnan, China.
Green turtle named Omsin died after undergoing a seven-hour operation this month to remove coins from her stomach.
About 75,000 refugees have made the crossing from Burma to reach camps in Bangladesh.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he will not be intimidated and that his campaign will be unrelenting and ‘brutal.’
Authorities seize a weapons stockpile belonging to a member of the red shirt movement, a political group loyal to exiled Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
Chinese authorities estimate that more than 20,000 are seeking refuge across the Chinese border in Yunnan Province.
Malaysian police are also seeking three North Koreans hiding in the embassy in Kuala Lumpur after assassination of Kim Jong Nam last month.