Offering comes amid a vocal campaign by the group, which includes denouncing the govt over sedition case against firebrand fugitive monk U Wirathu.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s letter of condolence to former dictator U Than Shwe on the loss of his son-in-law has caused a stir, but it should come as no surprise.
Yasir Arafat declared dead in hospital after experiencing chest pain; he and two Myanmar accomplices were also linked to a deadly blast in India in 2014.
Witnesses for the plaintiff—two of whom are on the run from the law—have repeatedly failed to appear in court.
The haul, from a rural borderland area in the Golden Triangle, is the largest civilian seizure ever made, the Tatmadaw says.
Monday marks the beginning of Hong Kong’s second week of protests and the release from jail of pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong, likely boosting the protest’s momentum.
On the death of the former junta leader’s son-in-law, Myanmar’s State Counselor sent a letter of condolence to the man who once ordered her house arrest.
National Museum show is the best-attended it has ever put on
The family of John Todoroki, arrested for his role in an industrial hemp project near Mandalay, wrote to US and Myanmar government officials pleading for his release.
Anti-Corruption Commission opens cases against officers who allegedly took a combined 3.65 million kyats for allowing suspects to go free on bail.
Proposals to be submitted to Parliament next month; report recommends articles be repealed, amended, expanded or retained.
A Tatmadaw unit opened fire in a Rakhine village Thursday afternoon, injuring four civilians—including a 9-year-old boy—and damaging a government school.
Tatmadaw’s refusal to recognize troop deployments of AA, TNLA, MNDAA leaves prospect of progress on political front bleak, Maj-Gen. Tun Myat Naing says.
A national blood drive encourages everyone to donate on World Blood Donor Day in an effort to reduce the 100-liter daily national blood bank deficit.
Key developments at the agency include making training more useful and offering it to lower-level officials, says public policy expert who is assisting the reform process.