Agricultural Bank of China shuts down account used by Kokang-based Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army to source donations.
With major events absent from headlines, questions arise on why government-run media has failed to reform under the NLD.
‘The silent sermons didn’t break any rules or laws, because I didn’t speak,’ says the nationalist monk.
Taxi booking service Grab is trialing its product in Rangoon and will scale up gradually, the company says.
Government and industry sources say PetroChina pipeline days away from pumping oil from Kyaukphyu, Arakan State to Yunnan, China.
Nationalist Ko Thet Myo Oo says the reporter insulted Buddhism during his press conference at the Myanmar Now office.
About 75,000 refugees have made the crossing from Burma to reach camps in Bangladesh.
During a meeting with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Rodrigo Duterte formalized a donation of US$300,000 in humanitarian aid to the region.
Mon State parliament speaker Daw Tin Ei discusses the regional parliament’s successes and challenges in its first year.
Union laws barring international visitors from staying in guesthouses remain intact.
Activists submitted the petition to the Israeli Supreme Court because of alleged human rights violations in Burma.
Nursing students who protested delayed licensing reach an agreement with the health ministry after an informal meeting of the two parties.
Thousands of ethnic Mon protest in state capital Moulmein against a local bridge that the Union government named after independence hero Gen Aung San.
A Lower House lawmaker says that the budget for defense was not cut, in order to ‘support the military becoming a standard army.’
Meanwhile, Burmese traders say that the Burmese authorities should have been contacted before any decisions were made.