Protest against land confiscation in Dawei development canceled after police inform protesters their signs contravene peaceful assembly laws.
19 The News For 19 October 2017
Myanmar Air Force training jet disappeared during exercise over Irrawaddy Region in September.
Mandalay will host the country’s first enduro competition.
EU announces it will suspend invitations to Myanmar Army generals.
President U Htin Kyaw asks Parliament to amend the current April-March fiscal year.
Six more detained over weapons and drugs hall involving ACE Company chairman U Phyo Ko Ko Tint San.
Draft bill will be submitted in the current parliamentary session.
Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing accuses UN of using current violence as a base for comments that do not reflect the long and emotional history of Rakhine.
Arakan National Party’s central executive committee dismisses Aung Than Wai after he was accused of embezzling funds for displaced persons.
Some Asia Pacific countries struggle to meet lower maternal mortality rate goal.
They join about 536,000 self-identifying Rohingya who have fled Myanmar since Aug. 25.
Security concerns raised for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi after guns seized from ex-minister’s son in Naypyitaw.
World Bank will delay loan until conditions improve in Rakhine State.
‘Beijing New Airport’ expected to have eventual capacity for 100 million passengers.
Wreckage of Missing Military Jet Found
Myanmar set for First Off-Road Motorbike Competition
EU Mulls More Measures Against Myanmar Army Over Rakhine
Presidential Proposal to Change Fiscal Year
Asian Nations Struggle to Meet Global Target to Lower Deaths in Childbirth
Beijing Proudly Unveils Mega-Airport Due to Open in 2019
China Expels Former Justice Minister From Party for Graft
Thailand Prepares to bid Farewell to ‘the People’s King’
47 Karenni Villages Asked to Pay $10K for Electricity Connection
US Firm Plans Beverage Packaging Plant in Rangoon
Malaysia to Release Satellite Data on Missing Jet
Participants Say They Were Tricked Into Joining USDP Rally