In their Union Peace Conference address, the KNU criticizes ‘hastily-made political negotiations’ and says peace not possible without NCA non-signatories.
A Rangoon court will decide on the laws with which to prosecute six people for the reported abuse of two girls over a period of five years.
Report in Global New Light of Myanmar calls UN accusations of murder, rape, and torture are ‘incorrect,’ ‘false’ and ‘fabricated.’
An AA spokesperson says an Indian newspaper article that alleges the group forced people to flee from Chin State is ‘based on groundless accusations.’
Phyu Phyu Thin Zaw discusses what is missing in the education reform process.
Eight companies await a decision on projects proposed—or already partially constructed—in a garden on a peninsula on the eastern side of Inya Lake.
Monks at Yellow Generation Wave orphanage admit to striking children but deny reports of sexual abuse.
Nationalist protester numbers fall ten times short of an expected 30,000-strong crowd, but organizers promise more rallies unless the govt meets their demands.
Rangoon’s High Court refuses to issue a new arrest warrant in Naypyidaw for fugitive Aung Win Khaing, where he was last seen.
Kachin Independence Army leader estimates five Tatmadaw battalions advanced into KIA-controlled area, though reports could not be verified.
The Ministry of Information (MOI) posts a Facebook photo of the military chief with a news story about a wounded elephant.
Parts of Kachin, Sagaing and Tenasserim territories have seen major reductions in intact forests.
The Park Royal Hotel in Rangoon backtracks on showing NGO Global Witness’ documentary that links Burma’s armed conflict to its jade trade.
‘The army promised that it would help in whatever the advisory commission needed,’ says commission member U Aye Lwin.
Police unearth five men allegedly killed by an explosive device in Buthidaung Township of Arakan State.