Monks at Yellow Generation Wave orphanage admit to striking children but deny reports of sexual abuse.
Police say he was grabbed by a group of men in the middle of the night; another household administrator also remains missing.
Nationalist protester numbers fall ten times short of an expected 30,000-strong crowd, but organizers promise more rallies unless the govt meets their demands.
Chinese defense ministry spokesman Wu Qian says China is ‘willing to strengthen strategic communication and deepen cooperation’ with Burma.
Tension over contested land leads to a confrontation between members of Yuzana Company Ltd and local farmers in a Hpakant Township village.
Doctors say 91-year-old U Tin Oo’s condition is improving, but he will stay in intensive care for at least three weeks after slipping in his home.
Rangoon’s High Court refuses to issue a new arrest warrant in Naypyidaw for fugitive Aung Win Khaing, where he was last seen.
Kachin Independence Army leader estimates five Tatmadaw battalions advanced into KIA-controlled area, though reports could not be verified.
The Ministry of Information (MOI) posts a Facebook photo of the military chief with a news story about a wounded elephant.
Organizer says nationalists will protest in Naypyidaw, as they claim the religious affairs minister U Aung Ko is failing to ‘protect’ Buddhism.
Mandalay divisional government to use public property and public utilities laws for harsher punishment of log smugglers.
Parts of Kachin, Sagaing and Tenasserim territories have seen major reductions in intact forests.
The statement comes after 13 rival political parties accused the NLD of breaching electoral rules when govt members referenced the party slogan on TV.
Dr. Aye Maung says the ruling NLD party must work with the military to try to amend the 2008 Constitution and ‘establish a genuine Union.’
The coalition also urges that all ethnic armed groups and political parties be invited to attend the upcoming peace conference without restriction.