The premature death of renowned Rangoon sniffer dog Michael has moved grieving citizens to launch a charity for Burma’s working dogs.
‘The current government is trying to reconcile with the Tatmadaw, but has delayed in doing so with the ethnic groups,’ said a CSSU spokesperson.
The ultranationalist monk donated bags of rice, gave sweets to children, and advised locals to ‘protect the Buddhist religion.’
Ex-chief minister for Magwe Division, U Phone Maw Shwe, promises to return more than 3 billion kyats to the divisional government by the end of July.
A press release by the military describes NLD spokesperson’s assumption as ‘groundless suspicion.’
Locals in the area complain of the environmental impacts, stating that quarries have polluted the air and water sources.
Granting bail to defendants is one of the suggested amendments to the controversial Article 66(d) of Burma’s 2013 Telecommunications Law.
New National League for Democracy-led government claims to have put an end to military officers transferring to senior posts in civil administration.
Police say they will investigate those spreading online rumors that President Htin Kyaw will step down.
Survey of 85 Rohingya women and girls who have fled to India, Malaysia and Indonesia, shows about 60 percent marry before the age of 18.
The government commission is approaching the Wa-led committee of seven armed ethnic groups for talks.
While war between government forces and the KNLA may have ceased, land rights and displacement are continued stresses for Karen civilians.
Life is slowly improving in a center once known as ‘the child prison’, but much more needs to be done to help its young people to re-enter society.
The Myanmar Press Council tries to mediate between the military and a local daily over a satirical piece questioning the country’s ongoing peace process.
ET sends a petition to Thailand’s king, requesting amnesty in the case of two Burmese migrants sentenced to death for a 2014 double-murder.