Prime Minister Boris Johnson said his government would start the biggest vaccination in the UK’s history, now that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine has been approved there.
The Tatmadaw has called on the Union Election Commission to release documents related to voting in hundreds of constituencies where troops cast ballots.
Aware of the poor reputations of many current ministers, the NLD has vowed to take the public’s views into consideration when appointing the new government’s cabinet.
Legal analysts dismiss the USDP’s claims and warn the party it may find itself breaching the defamation law and COVID-19 restrictions.
The commander of the US Navy’s Seventh Fleet said India’s role in the Quad defense grouping is important to regional stability as China increasingly flexes its muscles.
Three US and one Japanese astronaut docked with the International Space Station on Monday after being launched from NASA’s space center aboard a SpaceX spacecraft.
The military proxy Union Solidarity and Development Party blames its humiliating electoral defeat on alleged massive fraud.
The National League for Democracy leader says coronavirus is likely to spread more rapidly because of large gatherings by her supporters.
The armed group has called for voting to be held in Rakhine State by the end of the year in the areas where it was canceled.
US President Trump on Sunday posted a tweet acknowledging Joe Biden ‘won’ the presidential election, but later repeated his baseless claim that the vote was ‘rigged’.
Among the senior USDP’s figures running for election on Sunday, only the party chair and a former minister have won so far.
Bucking pundits’ forcasts and shrugging off the military’s warnings, Myanmar voters gave the NLD an overwhelming mandate to advance the country’s democratic transition.
Despite poll monitors’ findings that Sunday’s vote went smoothly, the military proxy USDP is disputing the ruling party’s victory and threatening a legal challenge.
Despite cancellation of voting in nine northern townships, the ANP handed a setback to the National League for Democracy.
In the run-up to Sunday’s election, military-government tensions grew, the Tatmadaw chief issued a controversial warning to civilian leaders, and explosions and bomb scares caused