Police find largest haul of narcotics in Mandalay after a couple was arrested in Shan State last week.
Labor minister says he is working with Thai authorities to issue documents to estimated 2.8 million illegal workers still in Thailand, amid crackdown.
Daw Aung San Suu Lyi says legislature is considering amendments to controversial Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law.
Joint mining venture with the government is poisoning water supplies and damaging farmland, according to local villagers.
Estimated 80,500 children under age of five need treatment for acute malnutrition in next year.
After attending a trial, seven men request a police escort, and the new head of the station reportedly assigned an unarmed private to accompany them.
Five organizations are taking steps to file a lawsuit against the government to scrap and rewrite the 2008 Constitution.
Famous pagodas see increase in donations after reforms of trustees and management.
The independence hero and his Cabinet were gunned down in the room on July 19, 1947.
Residents from some 20 homes in Sagaing Division move to higher ground.
An investigation is being carried out in response to allegations that a staff officer has collected 300,000 kyats from each new recruit.
Traffickers channel victims through Myanmar to Singapore, Malaysia.
Leaders of the Peace Process Steering Team lament a ‘deviation’ from the NCA path.
Gang attacks group of seven men in downtown Sittwe.
Police transfer case though reporters remain in local jail.