Seventy-two years ago today, the Anti-Fascist People’s Freedom League began drafting what would become independent Myanmar’s first constitution.
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Lawmakers cited a high number of complaints transferred to other governments bodies, soft sentencing and military impunity as key weaknesses to fighting corruption.
A Rakhine village official was arrested and his goods were seized Thursday by Army troops, who claim he aided AA rebels.
The woman was working on her tea farm when two armed men with guns approached her and raped her at gunpoint.
The Irrawaddy’s infographic gives a rundown of the 80 sweeping development projects set to change the lives of 8.2 million citizens of Yangon city and region forever.
Cases opened against 2 people involved in forced closure of 3 approved Muslim prayer sites in South Dagon.
A regional government worker was sentenced to four years prison with labor while another remains at large in a case alleging they lined their pockets with public money.
Tatmadaw detained the anti-Indian fighters after January capture of NSCN-K base in Sagaing
On this day in 1954, more than 2,600 Theravada monks from various countries began the Sixth Buddhist Council to review and settle doctrinal disputes relating to the complete text of
Khumalo, who has conquered five mountains worldwide, uses her expeditions to raise funds for children's education and libraries in Africa.
The Major once arrested on suspicion of helping to abduct and torture several journalists has been rehired to investigate the Easter bombings.
With natural disasters causing more than three times the number of new displacements per year than conflict and violence since 2008, residents and researchers look ahead.
Spokesman says he does not know to whom the account “@SGMinAungHLaing” belonged
Buddhist Nationalists gathered around and stormed into buildings lawfully hosting Ramadan services in South Dagon Township, shutting them down until further notice.
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