The military blames the two crashes on bad weather. Witnesses say they saw one of the F-7s hit a broadcast tower before going down.
Firebrand monk says he will take up arms if Myanmar’s military leadership is charged at the International Criminal Court.
Because of the health risks and high-labor low-income nature of the work, the youth of central Myanmar are discontinuing the traditional occupation of their ancestors.
The Yangon government has announced that an article published by Eleven Media included false information which dishonored and caused public distrust the regional government.
Regional govt says the media group published incorrect information; journalists arrested and held at Insein Prison.
The ethnic armed group accused Nang Mo Hom of informing on two TNLA fighters who were extorting money from businesses in northern Shan State.
Both armed groups based in the area have issued statements condemning the shooting dead of Shwe Kyin Sayardaw, leaving questions as to who is responsible for the murder.
Many fear PM Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist govt is about to act on its stated position – that it wants to deport all Rohingya Muslims from the country.
The road project, which links a Tatmadaw camp with the Salween River, threatens the safety of nearby IDPs and supports access to the area of the contentious Mong Ton Dam project.
During the USDP’s by-election campaign in Chin State, the party chairman has said the NLD uses the 2008 Constitution as an excuse for their shortcomings.
The drought has affected livestock, wheat, wine and wool production, and the forecasted spring rains are unlikely to offer much relief.
More than 60 buffalo have died in Minbya Township since late September from what local officials suspect is a throat disease.
There has been a 60 percent growth in new ivory items seen for sale in the Myanmar-China border town of Mong La in the past three years, a new report says.
The Anti-Corruption Commission has stepped up its activities, but the Constitution shields defense services personnel from its investigations.
Around 200 villagers flee fighting in northern Shan; no details yet on casualties