‘They can’t sign agreements with self-administered regions and state governments unless they are approved by the Union government,’ said Brig-Gen Mya Maung, head of Myanmar’s
Sanctions have a poor record in influencing the military but have hurt the civilian population, rights group says.
Locals are suffering a shortage of rice and fuel in the conflict-torn area.
A drop in opium cultivation in Myanmar underscores a regional boom in demand for illegal synthetic drugs such as methamphetamine, a senior UN official says.
In an open letter, they urge the govt, military to make use of their conflict-resolution capabilities
They claim Municipal Affairs Minister Min Aung tried to push the state budget through without consulting Parliament
Local sources say fighting broke out between the TNLA and the SSA-N.
Ma Ba Tha-linked group seeks clarification after Election Commission says members are in violation of registration law.
The Labor Directorate hopes the new wage will strike a balance between what employers say they can afford and what employees say they need.
The UN defines genocide as acts meant to destroy a national, ethnic, racial or religious group. Such a designation is rare under international law.
While the West weighs reimposing sanctions over the military’s actions in Rakhine, Aung San Suu Kyi seeks safe harbor — and dollars — in China.
John San Linn and his wife were arrested after police found 1,000 bullets at their home in Myawaddy.
Elephant-removal team called in after two groups of hungry pachyderms enter village.
Western institutions strip Aung San Suu Kyi of honors they once showered over response to the Rakhine crisis.
Displaced persons housed at Sittwe stadium to be moved to make way for football tournament