‘Now let’s go back to our territory and launch this war again,’ says TNLA Col Tar Phone Kyaw, as talks fail to materialize.
YCDC relocates 1,600 street vendors to a night market and orders thousands more to only occupy downtown streets outside of major roads.
Six Buddhist and Muslim youths from the Arakan capital of Sittwe meet with Kofi Annan and the Arakan State Advisory Commission in Rangoon.
‘We are working to prevent a similar attack at the pagoda, like what happened in the bombing at the Rangoon divisional government,’ says a trustee.
The Nippon Foundation suspends further vehicle donations until all of the cars currently unattended in a Rangoon hospital are deployed.
Ma Sandi Myint Aung, is arrested after reportedly sharing Facebook posts said to include foul language against Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
The crime comes to light when a sister discovers the victim is five months pregnant.
‘The local Namtu people donated food for the IDPs when they arrived the first day. But these donations have not been enough,’ says a SNLD lawmaker.
A Rangoon court dismisses bail requests from Eleven Media Group’s CEO and chief editor charged under Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law.
One of Burma’s most celebrated rock stars, Lay Phyu, will release a charity single to fund the renovation of quake-hit temples in Bagan.
During a highly controversial investigation, Thai police allegedly beat the two suspects and forced them to falsely confess.
The officers fail to return to Nang Pha Kar village police outpost after escorting a detainee from jail to court.
The reputation of Burma’s govt is at stake amid international concerns over how it is dealing with violence in the country’s divided northwest.
Ethnic armed alliance discusses new leadership elections, northern Shan State conflict and the country’s peace process at a meeting in Chiang Mai.
‘We want all 17.7 acres back to use for education and research. I would like to make a request to the Parliament,’ says U Win Maw Tun.