More than 100 people in the Shan State-China border town of Muse protest against Chinese banks for locking them out of their bank accounts.
Office of Myanmar Army chief sends condolences to family of U Saw Naing of Ana-Wa-Min diving service.
Protest organizers say about 1,500 workers of a Japanese garment factory will attend.
Officials say the UN’s top official in Myanmar Renata Lok-Dessallien’s ‘performance has been constantly appreciated.’
Longtime rights and democracy advocate linked with Republican Party gets representative role.
The 30-year-old male is believed to have died of natural causes, bringing the estimated population in the Irrawaddy protection zone to 67.
The UNFPA says women ‘hold the key to Myanmar’s future prosperity.’
The divisional govt bans a campaign organized by journalists in front of the Yangon Military Command, stating the area is restricted for security.
A statement to villages’ heads orders residents to remain in their communities.
Presidential spokesman says govt has changed Harn Yawnghwe’s visa from multiple-entry to social, but that rumors of blacklisting him are false.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi once said ‘one political prisoner is too many,’ argues Rakhine lawmaker.
Organizations denounce power plant project in Hpa-an as state minister confirms 11 new projects nationwide.
The Vimutti Women Organization urges the ‘acknowledgment of injustices’ under the military junta.
Security forces find homemade guns in remote area of Mayu mountain range in Rakhine State.
Accounts belonging to Myanmar traders in Yunnan Province are closed in Chinese authorities’ crackdown on gambling, money laundering and illegal trade.