The UNFC’s Delegation for Political Negotiation says the discussions have paved the way for the next step of negotiation in Burma’s peace process.
Burma’s home affairs minister had previously dismissed suggestions that Buddhist nationalists played a role in the killing of the NLD’s legal adviser.
The forest department launches an internal investigation in response to sizeable seizures of smuggled timber.
According to testimonies, the fishermen were drifting for about 20 days in the Bay of Bengal after their boat’s engine malfunctioned.
A Thai appeal court upholds the death sentence handed down to two Burmese migrant workers for the murder of two British backpackers.
Gen Mya Tun Oo also calls the UNFC’s demand for a unilateral ceasefire by the Burma Army ‘impractical.’
The Burma Army was not involved in the murder, even though ex-military officers are suspected of being behind the conspiracy, says Gen Mya Tun Oo.
The ruling National League for Democracy party lawmaker Dr. Aye Zan is approved as the new Mon State chief minister.
New positions announced after a meeting of seven ethnic armed organizations surprise observers, as ‘Wa State’ will lead negotiations with the govt.
At a rare press conference in Naypyidaw, top generals say security operations were necessary to defend the country.
The Tatmadaw holds a press conference in Naypyidaw announcing casualties in Shan State’s Mong Ko during conflict with the Northern Alliance.
NLD lawmaker Mi Kon Chan submitted the proposal to the Parliament recommending the bridge be named after Aung San, despite local objections.
Demonstrators call off their protests after receiving assurance from the Sagaing Division chief minister.
The latest confrontation between Burmese employees and Chinese management at a Rangoon textile factory highlights anti-Chinese sentiment in Burma.
An eight-month investigation by the International Commission of Jurists found that SEZ law fails to safeguard local residents from land grabs.