International observers urged Myanmar not to drag out legal proceedings against two Reuters journalists, as they appeared in court for the 10th time.
Officials say Myanmar has only been able to verify 374 Rohingya for possible repatriation, blaming Bangladesh for not providing the correct information about the refugees.
On International Day of Action for Rivers, groups call for halt to dams in conflict zones
Stop Sexual Violence is launching the campaign to call for harsher penalties for sex offenders amid a significant increase in the number of reported rapes of women and children.
More than 800 residents of northern Shan State have been displaced by recent fighting between the RCSS and TNLA and taken shelter in local monasteries.
Parliament approves the signing of a MoU that aims to strengthen the ASEAN-Australia Joint Declaration for Cooperation to Combat International Terrorism.
Three decades on, family and citizens remember two students whose shooting deaths at the hands of police put the country on a course that led to the 8888 uprising
Lawmaker urges return of 200 acres confiscated in 1990s; military says farmers lack paperwork.
Documents show upscale properties don’t have permission to accept foreign guests.
The NMSP says it cancelled local political dialogue meetings for ethnic Mon after the Tatmadaw refused to allow more than 30 people join the events.
Some 2,000 flee latest round of fighting; KNLA says Tatmadaw repairing road in preparation for new attack.
A court case is underway in which the regional govt has sued a weekly journal for violating media ethics.
A waiter from South Okkalapa Township filed a sexual abuse complaint against the restaurant owner, who is now in police custody.
Forum calls on all sectors to work together to boost budget transparency, awareness of tax issues
The TNLA says its soldiers killed three members of the RCSS and seized some of the rival ethnic armed group's weapons and ammunition during two days of fighting in Shan State.