A meeting with KBC leaders suggests Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is looking to new sources to reconcile the country’s divides.
Magwe, Sagaing, Bago, Irrawaddy and Naypitaw regions are affected, as well as Rakhine, Mon and Karen states.
Politician Daw Htoot May resigns from the Arakan National Party.
Municipality halts the sale of chicken and eggs after more than 1,000 chickens die of suspected H5N1 disease.
Lawmakers debate amendments to notorious telecoms law.
Lawmakers argue Yanghee Lee’s recent report on human rights in Myanmar was biased.
After Special Rapporteur Yanghee Lee delivers a critical end-of-mission statement, the NLD govt cries foul concerning the UN mission.
The regional high court refuses to accept a suit filed by five organizations urging the govt to declare the charter illegal.
Two people die of H1N1 in Yangon, raising the total to three.
Businesses rush to break ground after the govt announces it will seize some 1.3 million acres of unused land.
The parties discuss resettlement and schooling for those still displaced due to ongoing clashes in Kachin State in the first meeting between the two sides.
As the Green Season campaign for Myanmar’s low-traffic tourist season takes off, the number of foreign visitors to places like Bagan has increased.
The police officers were reportedly returning from clearance operations in Buthidaung Township when their vessel capsized in a river.
More than a dozen cases reported in Yangon and Chin State.
Flooding sends thousands of people across the country to relief camps.