Mandalay’s municipal department seals the area and cancels a consecration ceremony at a tomb believed to house the remains of an 18th century Thai king.
Bus drivers and conductors in the city have been trained for the second time on how to better accommodate blind and partially sighted passengers.
A group of nationalists and Buddhist monks in Arakan State are planning to voice their anger over the government’s new term for the Rohingya minority.
The military files a case against a local paper for publishing comments from former general Shwe Mann that the army says could lead to its disintegration.
CHIANG MAI, Thailand — Ethnic armed organizations plan to hold a summit in mid-July in the conflict-torn region of Mai Ja Yang in Kachin State, near the border with China, in order
The Pegu Division government has yet to respond as local Muslim women and children flee a village after sectarian rioting.
The new vice president attempts to right the wrongs of businesses and previous governments, which confiscated some 2 million acres of farmers’ lands.
Former monk and Saffron Revolution leader Gambira was moved to Rangoon to face additional criminal charges, after serving a six-month sentence in Mandalay.
Hotels have cancelled the launch of a report from an ethnic Ta’ang women’s group on torture by the military, allegedly due to local government pressure.
After a former leader of the Wa National Organization was arrested with a large cache of drugs in Thailand last week, the WNO denies trafficking links.
China’s leaders plan to bring their own insights on development to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, differentiating it from the World Bank, IMF
After reaching agreements that could improve conditions for Burmese migrants in Thailand, Suu Kyi stressed the need for jobs for returning refugees.
The election commission has decided in favor of cases filed against a Kachin militia leader alleging intimidation and violence during the campaign period.
In a village in Pegu Division, an altercation between a Muslim and a Buddhist triggers a riot that destroys a Muslim’s house, a mosque and a warehouse.
Leaders from eight non-state ethnic armed groups who signed last year’s nationwide ceasefire agreement meet in Chiang Mai to review their peace agenda.