An event in Yangon marks the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Alliance of seven northeastern ethnic armed groups demands joint negotiations, govt peace commission says such a meet is unlikely.
Seven inmates from Mandalay’s Obo Prison pass matriculation exams in the 2016-17 academic year, five of them with honors.
After five years of attempts, the Chin National Democratic Party and the Chin Progressive Party will create a joint political party.
It is estimated that as many as 40,000 Myanmar nationals are currently engaged in domestic work in Singapore, according to the ministry of labor.
Premiering at Yangon’s human rights film festival, the 85-minute movie features shorts by 14 different directors.
Voice recorder and flight data recorder retrieved from crash site as number of bodies recovered reaches 92.
The Voice Daily’s Ko Kyaw Zwa Naing is absolved of defamation charges, but U Kyaw Min Swe is again denied bail.
A police sub-lieutenant in Bogale Township is detained after his second wife files a complaint under the Monogamy Law.
Lawmakers call for new environmental assessments of Thai-backed factory in Mon State.
Workers desert the mines of northern Kachin State, as the KIA and Myanmar Army prepare for conflict.
Editor and reporters of MGY News and Yatha Sone Journal allegedly misreported news of illegal brickmaking.
After more than a week of search operations, part of the tail of a crashed Y-8 military aircraft is found.
Speaking at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Yanghee Lee says children should not be ‘arbitrarily deprived of their liberty.’
The ANP leads a protest in Maungdaw after 300 homes belonging to a Rakhine sub-ethnicity are burned by a mob in Bangladesh.