Rangoon’s Northern District Court commences examination of the assassination of lawyer U Ko Ni.
‘The silent sermons didn’t break any rules or laws, because I didn’t speak,’ says the nationalist monk.
Without truly ‘state-based’ dialogues to engage multiple stakeholders in the local context, ethnic enclaves will only be reinforced, writes Sai Latt.
Nationalist Ko Thet Myo Oo says the reporter insulted Buddhism during his press conference at the Myanmar Now office.
Access to capital important in any emerging market, says director
More than 20,000 have reportedly fled to China while at least another 2,000 have arrived in Mandalay, say volunteers.
One of Burma’s few internationally renowned scholars and pioneering welfare theorist U Hla Myint passes away at the age of 97 in Bangkok.
Recent conflict threatens Burma’s de facto leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s top goal of reaching peace with minorities.
Speaking at an International Women’s Day celebration, the state counselor says she wants 50 percent participation for women in Burma’s peace process.
Disagreements between the government, the military, and ethnic armed groups over the peace process help explain the MNDAA’s attack in Laukkai.
Border police apprehend a boat carrying 28 people in the Bay of Bengal, but those arrested say they are from IDP camps near Sittwe.
Months after a report on abuses and corruption in prison labor camps prompted calls for reforms and investigations, little has changed.
Rangoon Division Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein will undergo a heart operation and be on a sick leave for a few weeks.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman embraces the "selfie", taking part in a number of light-hearted self-shot pictures during his tour of Asia.
Burma’s home affairs minister had previously dismissed suggestions that Buddhist nationalists played a role in the killing of the NLD’s legal adviser.