In a further show of unity among ethnic armed groups, the ethnic bloc says it wants to make its NCA position clear, and avoid ‘misunderstanding.’
Legislator U Wai Phyo Han of Insein Township submits a proposal to audit the Yangon Bus Service (YBS), comparing it to the old, haphazard Ma Hta Tha system.
Burma’s leader tells the BBC ethnic cleansing is “too strong an expression to use for what is happening” in Arakan State.
More than 200 Karen National Union representatives will cast votes to elect new leadership at their 16th Congress in Hpa-An, Karen State.
China has shifted its position in a lengthy dispute with Burma over the building of a $3.6 billion dam, sources say.
A three-page statement summarizes the ministry’s views on the charges against the Myanmar Now chief editor.
Peace facilitator Ja Nan Lahtaw, human rights educator U Aung Myo Min, and the late lawyer U Ko Ni win Schuman Awards.
The government must prepare for a hotter, wetter, and more cyclone-prone country, according to a UN and WWF report.
The panel says more than 600 deaths, including 63 people from Burma, mostly stemmed from diseases in prisons and detention centers.
Amnesty International urges authorities in Burma to take action as Robert San Aung reports receiving death threats and being monitored.
A Ma Ba Tha sub-group present petition of 8,800 signatures to take action against Ko Swe Win to the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture.
Rangoon resident remains defiant against nationalist monk’s rhetoric after court scraps the case because the remarks were made outside the township.
After much debate, KNU representatives agree to elect 55 central standing committee members, adding 10 additional members.
The ethnic bloc also changed its stance on demands that all ethnic armed groups be invited to sign the nationwide ceasefire agreement.
Police are yet to prosecute anybody in connection with the murder of Eleven Media Group reporter Ko Soe Moe Tun.