Hsipaw court will rule on bail next week in case of three detained journalists, says judge.
Editors, journalists, and a lawyer weigh in on the Tatmadaw banning the usage of military ranks for non-state groups.
‘What they told me is…the army will not weigh in on the judiciary’s role,’ says Myanmar Press Council member U Thiha Saw.
Former housemaid returns home after abduction in Yangon, where she came to testify against a retired lieutenant colonel for alleged torture.
Indian Supreme Court advocate Indira Jaising has been replaced as chair amid concerns of a perceived bias.
Resignations and dismissals are weakening Rakhine State’s major political party, the Arakan National Party.
Death toll from flu outbreak rises to six.
More than a dozen passengers hospitalized after head-on collision, say police.
The Myanmar Army ban applies to the signatories and non-signatories of the nationwide ceasefire agreement, according to a military spokesperson.
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.