Intensifying conflict between rival non-state ethnic armed groups the TNLA and the SSA-S displaces a whole village in northern Shan State.
Burmese citizens wish the new administration considerable success, following a sluggish first 100 days.
An alliance of ethnic armed groups invites ethnic political parties to attend a summit in Kachin State in late July.
After a UN CEDAW session, women’s rights groups are encouraged by pledges of cooperation from the government, but insist on the necessity of charter change.
Nineteen trafficked Burmese fishermen were rescued from a boat moored at a jetty off the southern Thai city of Pattani on Sunday.
Three Burmese migrant workers were killed and one was wounded early this morning in Malaysia’s northern Penang state, according to local sources.
Foodie Myanmar rounds up the best neighborhood pizza joints in Rangoon.
As with previous heads of state since 1988, President Htin Kyaw will not be attending the ceremony in Rangoon commemorating Aung San’s assassination.
After Buddhist nationalists call on the NLD to punish a regional minister for criticizing them, the party’s focus remains on more pressing issues.
Burmese citizens flock to social media in support of the Rangoon chief minister’s remark that the ultra-nationalist Buddhist group Ma Ba Tha is “not necessary.”
The human rights commission and the education ministry agree to create human rights education lessons to be implemented in the following academic year.
Dispossessed farmers who staged a plowing protest on land allegedly seized from them in Mandalay Division have been slapped with nominal fines.
After hitting a record high last month, gold prices continue to rise to their highest point ever due to increasing global gold prices.
Militia leader Zahkung Ting Ying, disqualified from parliament for alleged violence and intimidation during the election campaign, is appealing his case.
One person died and seven were injured when a landmine exploded on Wednesday in northern Shan State, where various armed groups are active.