The ethnic armed alliance will present demands for a cessation of Burma Army hostilities and for international ceasefire monitoring.
Action Aid Myanmar launches a ‘safe cities campaign’ to protect and promote women’s rights and security.
Multiple projects on the site of a public garden by the lake will undergo an investigation by city authorities.
Muslim organizations slam recent attacks on police outposts in Arakan State calling them ‘destructive’ to peace in the country.
After expelled and demoted Shan State NLD members file an appeal, the party’s CEC says they will launch an internal investigation.
We are not going to accuse anybody until we know clearly [who is behind the attack] and have solid evidence,’ she said.
Professor Desmond Ball, expert on military intelligence, Burma, Asia-Pacific security issues and nuclear strategy, died on Wednesday, October 12.
Nine police, five soldiers and fifteen men are believed to have been killed in four days in northern Arakan State.
Myitkyina police charge the organizer of a protest against Burma Army offensives, saying demonstrators’ slogans were not cleared in advance.
Through an improved bus network and a new computerized traffic control system, the government hopes to cut congestion by 40 percent.
The revamped Myanmar Investment Law has been passed by both houses of parliament but needs to be signed by President U Htin Kyaw.
Prison protest subsides after authorities promise to take the inmates’ demands into consideration, including the removal of the warden.
By-elections will include six constituencies in central Shan State that were cancelled during the Nov. 2015 general election due to armed conflict.
The three-day event at Northern Illinois University brought together academics, activists and students of Burmese art, history, politics and religion.
An official confirms that four government troops were killed in clashes with local forces in two villages in Arakan State.