Letter signed by 23 international groups calls on overseas governments to urge Burma to accept UN mandate.
The Zay Di Pyin mosque in Arakan State escapes extensive damage in the incident, but accounts differ regarding the cause of the blaze.
The Union government orders the former ruling party to return more than 3 billion kyats that went missing under the previous divisional government.
Four student union members detained after protesting draconian rules at Sagaing Teacher Training College.
Some 10,000 community workers in nine refugee camps on the Thai-Burma border will be affected by financial cuts as funding declines.
During a visit to Arakan State, the delegation said they want the special economic zone to be up and running as soon as possible.
Cash and personal documents are missing after thieves broke into a government office over Thingyan break.
Rights activists launch a petition to the NLD-led Union government concerning a name change for the Gen Aung San Bridge in Chaungzon Township.
The Burma govt and the RCSS/SSA-S have not yet reached an agreement on the venue for holding ethnic-based national-level dialogue in Shan State.
Reconstruction of events finds an attack on an Arakan village marks the start of a two-week military onslaught across about 10 Rohingya villages.
A Mon woman who was taken as a teenager and endured two forced marriages in China is one of many trafficking victims taken from Burma.
After investigation into 7.5 billion kyats of missing funds in Magwe Division, government threatens legal action if money is not returned.
Rangoon Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein conspicuous in his absence as lawmakers denounce YBS as unfit for purpose and urge review.
As the first JICM on the NCA finishes in Naypyidaw, the second session of the 21st Century Panglong peace conference is set to begin on May 24.
A volunteer English teacher in Pakokku, Magwe Division is apprehended and sent to Pakokku prison for rape charges, according to local police.