A Thai monastery caught up in a money laundering case is helping pay for the event and sending its own monks to take part.
ENAC argues for states’ right to collect tax, run mother tongue school programs.
Dealers say possible sanctions on Myanmar’s jade and gems will have little impact, as most sales are to neighboring countries.
Friends and colleagues of U Ko Ni say the Constitution may be hindering the arrest of his assassination’s suspected mastermind.
Yangon’s general administration dept bans drone flying in areas in 16 townships where local and international aircraft operate.
Report by the NGO Free Expression Myanmar says despite amendments in August 2017, Article 66(d) is still being used to stifle opposition by those in power.
Military is trying to drag Arakanese people into communal conflict, says Tun Myat Naing.
Man sought after allegedly slaying wife, nephew, mother-in-law with a knife.
A USDP spokesperson says the party will put the interests of the country first and offer suggestions to the NLD.
Advisers and stakeholders call for a revamped economic strategy.
The newly formed commission intends to help implement the Annan commission recommendations, but lack of members from Rakhine State draws criticism.
Categorization change comes amid signs the animal’s population is stabilizing
The state counselor said there was no cause for concern after a rare public appearance by the president last month sparked concern that his health was deteriorating.
Four soldiers in military truck hurt as roadside bomb explodes an hour after official’s convoy passes by.
Malongo Coffee has agreed to buy beans from a local cooperative for the next five years in an effort to combat the area’s opium trade.