‘The objective is to protect and restore forests and wildlife in KNU areas’ says KNU forestry department.
Ethnic armed group leaders question Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s silence over Burma Army offensives and her push for all groups to sign the NCA.
After taking measurements in 67 city locations, levels of carbon dioxide, methane, and carbon monoxide are found to be higher than WHO standards.
After one month under military lockdown, four villages in Maungdaw Township set to receive WFP aid.
Rangoon-based stock exchange expert Makota Sukoma passes away in India after a hang-gliding accident.
Two traditional ‘Morung’ huts and a log drum are reportedly destroyed after visitors attribute recent crises in the Naga community to ‘the devil.’
Experts criticize the NLD govt over restricted access to information for independent media houses and continued domination of state-run publications.
Forty-seven-year-old British teacher found dead with bruising on his head and chest at the suspect’s 39th Street Rangoon apartment.
Andy Hall, who works on the rights of migrant workers in Thailand, has been facing defamation lawsuits by companies he accused of labor violations.
International delegates encourage the govt to resume aid, conduct an independent investigation, and ensure rule of law in Arakan State’s Maungdaw area.
The Kachin Independence Army rejects an allegation that its soldiers were involved in a fire that destroyed US$5 million worth of company property.
An NLD member who was charged under the Telecommunications Act for insulting the army chief on Facebook appears in Rangoon’s Hlaing Township Court.
Civil society organizations and locals launch a campaign calling for the complete closure of Shan State’s Tigyit coal-fired power plant.
Khaing Myo Htun and his legal team request the charges be dismissed for breaching both legal process and the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement.
A traffic enforcement committee notice prohibiting trucks on Rangoon roads during the day draws criticism.