Attendees of a workshop form a new 15-member acting committee to draft an updated land policy for Mon State, in the hope that it will influence future federal law.
Hundreds rally in Sittwe, Arakan State, against an advisory commission led by former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan.
New York-based Human Rights Watch urges the United States to retain key sanctions on Burma ahead of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s visit to Washington DC this month.
With a vote of 174 in support and 250 opposed, a parliamentary proposal to replace non-Burmese members of the commission with local academics fails to pass.
Khin Zaw Oo will sue the Myanmar Herald for defamation, after publishing a story that alleged he sought political gain by taking advantage of govt officials.
The Indo Myanmar Chamber of Commerce Industries and the Burmese government agree to promote cross-border trade and development of Burma’s agricultural sector.
One farmer was killed and four injured when a farmland dispute turned violent in a forest reserve in Labutta Township of Irrawaddy Division on Saturday.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi will travel to Laos to attend the 28th and 29th Asean Summit and related meetings.
U Tin Maung Toe describes his verbal expulsion from the NLD as not in line with party rules and regulations.
Clashes have been reported over the weekend in Karen State, leading to the temporary shutdown of a road leading to a border-trading village.
The nine-member commission conducts their initial meeting, attended by Burma’s State Counselor, before beginning an investigation into the root causes of conflict in Arakan State
After the UWSA’s walkout, the group issues a statement and speaks to Chinese media about the issues that caused them to leave the event.
US President Obama is considering further easing or lifting sanctions around the time of a White House visit this month by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
During her closing speech at the 21st Century Panglong peace conference, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi encourages participants to ‘look to the future.’
Burma’s Parliament moves one step closer to annulling the 66-year-old Emergency Provisions Act.