In Burma, savings groups give women alternatives to hard labor when crops fail.
Seven people were stomped to death by an elephant in ‘musth’ in northern Shan State’s Mongmit Township.
Around 100 participants vote to revive the Arakan League for Democracy during a weekend conference in Taungup Township.
Negotiations between employees and factory management in Mandalay Division regarding labor rights are canceled before demands are met, say workers.
Eight companies to operate 59 bus lines under a new bus service to tackle badly maintained buses, dangerous driving, and unprofessional staff.
The ceremony at the YMCA on 45th Street, commemorating the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, was called off after just 30 minutes.
Eighteen NLD candidates and 19 USDP candidates have registered to compete in upcoming by-elections.
‘There is no question about cancelation,’ a spokesperson says, as Burma requests that Asean aid go through proper diplomatic channels.
Leader Col. San Aung recently moved his troops from Karen State to northern Shan State to fight with the Northern Alliance.
‘Student army’ says the detention of leading member damages the peace process.
One of three elephant camps in Bago’s Pyay District is Paw Lan Gyi, where tamed elephants are kept in the wild.
Muslim interfaith activists Ma Pwint Phyu Latt and Ko Zaw Zaw Latt were sentenced to a total of four years in prison in 2016.
Six members elected by the public in 2016 and five others selected by the regional government are sworn in as new MCDC representatives.
More than 1,300 internally displaced persons taking shelter in a monastery in Shan State’s Namtu town face food shortages, according to local sources.
The whereabouts of two Kachin pastors, who disappeared on Christmas Eve in northern Shan State after being summoned by the army, remain unknown.