The government will resume the harvest of aged timber in northern Burma but will keep a moratorium on harvesting timber along the Pegu mountain range.
Burma’s remote Naga region still faces challenges in meeting basic health care needs following a measles outbreak last summer.
International DJs and local children’s choirs ensure there’s something for everyone in Rangoon this week.
The govt rejects a Human Rights Watch report that said more than 400 buildings in three Rohingya Muslim villages in Maungdaw Township were burned.
One year after the election that brought the NLD to power, many LGBT activists are disappointed by a lack of progress toward ensuring their rights.
The Shan State Army-North reports that four of its members have been detained by the Burma Army and police in Mong Nong Township.
Burmese media stakeholders and legal experts stress the need for enacting a right to information law in Burma.
A Swedish court has fined a teak exporting company for a ‘lack of adequate proof’ that a shipment of Burmese teak had been legally harvested.
Seven members of advisory commission continue on two-day visit to learn local views
Advocates call on lawmakers to take children’s voices into account at the upcoming National Children’s Forum.
As many as 69 members of what Burma’s government has described as a Rohingya Muslim militant group and 17 security forces have been killed.
Amid reports of dissatisfied returnees, the community-based organization says it was not consulted by the UNHCR regarding the repatriation scheme.
‘What does Donald Trump stand for in international relations? Very little, to be perfectly frank,’ says one international relations expert.
By the end of a recent day’s trading just 7,221 shares were traded, compared with nearly 839 million the same day on the New York Stock Exchange.
Army calls in helicopter gunships; rights organization releases satellite images of burnt buildings, repeats call for independent access to the region