‘We will march our armed forces at the celebration, just as we did before. We will not listen to their [the Burma Army’s] order,’ says NMSP spokesman.
The second round of peace talks begins on Feb. 28 in Naypyidaw and will include 700 participants, according to the framework for political dialogue
Ethnic nationality delegates say China could put pressure on the government and army to deescalate armed conflict in Burma.
Despite a second arrest related to the assassination of NLD legal advisor U Ko Ni, police still hunt for Myint Swe, who allegedly hired the gunman.
Two bouts of fighting occur between the Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) and the Shan State Army-North (SSA-N) in Kyaukme Township.
Sai San Nyunt was contesting a regional seat in Mong Hsu Township, Shan State, and was preparing to begin his campaign in the constituency.
The incident reportedly marks the first time in Maungdaw police records that a Buddhist monk has been apprehended for drug dealing.
‘These are extremely serious allegations, and we are deeply concerned,’ says presidential spokesman U Zaw Htay.
MIC responds to the Central Committee for Implementation of Peace and Development in Arakan State’s request for how to create local job opportunities.
Lower House Speaker Win Myint’s daughter and her soon-to-be husband ask guests not to bring wedding gifts to the upcoming nuptials.
Hundreds join a demonstration to demand an end to the fighting between the Burma Army and ethnic armed groups in the northern part of the country.
A second suspect is arrested in connection with the high-profile assassination of U Ko Ni, a top legal advisor for the ruling NLD party.
The fourth regular session of Parliament resumed on Monday with the NLD govt discussing its budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
The government seeks parliamentary approval to spend nearly 3.7 billion kyats to implement 18 road and bridge construction projects.
The national police chief has taken personal charge of an investigation into the killing of U Ko Ni.