Married couple planned to sell weapons, says officer.
Regional lawmakers urge Myanmar to change laws used against the media.
Ministry officials look into whether trustees of some famous pagodas have breached rules or stayed on after expired terms.
Aircraft entered thick cloud, hit by sudden crosswinds, concludes probe.
Myanmar mourns the loss of her leaders 70 years ago on July 19.
Ma Ha Na reiterates that it has officially announced that action will be taken for failure to remove Ma Ba Tha signboards.
Defendants stand accused of trafficking Rohingya and Bangladeshi nationals.
Just weeks before his death 70 years ago tomorrow, Bogyoke Aung San outlined wide-ranging ideas for reviving the country’s then-broken economy.
A large pipeline project provides significant revenue for the Myanmar govt, while locals say they see few benefits.
Deputy judge informs defense lawyer of appearance only after reporters leave court.
US ambassador to the United Nations calls on Myanmar to accept mission.
Ambassador Joseph Yun meets State Counselor and military chief.
U Pyone Cho is accused of involvement in a scandal dating back to his time at the home affairs ministry.
A dialogue in Yangon on federal principles urges greater public participation.
The State Buddhist Sangha authority govt had ordered all Ma Ba Tha signboards be taken down by July 15.