A Rangoon court hears the plaintiff and a witness regarding serial bombings in the commercial capital in November.
EU draft resolution for Human Rights Council falls short of commission of inquiry, as UN rights boss renews call for such a probe.
Who owns 50 acres of mangrove palms in Thandwe Township, and will developers construct a new hotel project on it?
Burma embraces a fresh generation of tech entrepreneurs as the country’s first startup accelerator presents its ‘most promising’ startups.
A Mandalay resident files a lawsuit against Myanmar Now chief correspondent Ko Swe Win, accusing the reporter of insulting nationalist monk U Wirathu.
Members of Parliament are considering adopting the jury system after a tense exchange in Burma’s Lower House.
Ta’ang National Liberation Army says clashes in the area are likely to be ongoing and ‘quite serious.’
Hotel workers in Nan San on the China side of the border say they are seeing disoriented people moving rapidly into the town.
Violence at Chinese-owned factory in Rangoon highlights need for social and labor reform in Burma as country’s garment industry opens up to investors.
The Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement is taking steps to open workplace nursery schools for the convenience of working parents.
A court in Sagaing Township on Tuesday sentences seven workers from a plywood factory in Sagaing Industrial Zone for labor protests.
The question of demolition is yet to disappear for the century-old building in Rangoon.
Disagreements between the government, the military, and ethnic armed groups over the peace process help explain the MNDAA’s attack in Laukkai.
Growing number of suicide cases in a Burmese refugee camp in Mae La, Thailand raises concerns with camp authorities.
U Wirathu calls an introduction to four major religions in NGO’s curriculum an attempt at ‘Islamization.’