Myanmar Now chief correspondent Ko Swe Win is threatened by three strangers who attempt to attack him in Rangoon’s Sanchaung Township.
The 5.8-magnitude earthquake that jolted Rangoon’s Taik Kyi Township claims two lives, according to new reports.
Sun Guoxiang meets with Northern Alliance members and the United Wa State Army in Kunming, China to discuss the peace process.
Civil society groups say the law is “incomplete” and fails to fully ensure the protection of individuals’ privacy and freedom of expression.
Mon locals protested against the name, favoring Yamanya or Salween Bridge instead.
Maungdaw District administrator confirms that NVC holders from the area may travel to the Bangladeshi border, but need permission to visit Sittwe.
To mark the International Day of Action for Rivers, campaigners in Burma say local people should have the right to decide how to use their resources.
Northern Alliance spokesperson says MNDAA troops were transporting Laukkai hotel workers to a safe place.
Police arrest a shop owner for the abuse of two underage girls who worked there.
Lawmakers will debate whether Rangoon should use presidential reserve funds for a new generator.
Overseas Karen delegates are denied a vote on new leadership for the first time at the annual Congress in Lay Wah.
A 5.8-magnitude earthquake jolts Bago and Rangoon divisions and injures 24 people.
Yanghee Lee says authorities may be using bureaucratic means to expel Muslim minority from northern Arakan State.
USDP chairman U Than Htay says voters were directed by their emotions in the 2015 general election, leaving the country in disorder.
A Rangoon resident files a suit under the Telecommunications Law against U Kyaw Myo Shwe, who recently sued journalist Ko Swe Win under the same law.