Candidates from merged ethnic Kachin parties believe the Kachin State People’s Party puts them in a stronger position against the NLD and USDP than in previous elections.
Maubin Prison has reported over 100 positive coronavirus cases as the second prison reports an outbreak this month.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and President U Win Myint have avoided breaching COVID-19 travel restrictions by voting early in Naypyitaw.
The Myanmar navy sank a boat hired by the ICRC to ferry relief supplies to IDP camps in northern Rakhine State on Wednesday, killing the driver and injuring three.
The AA has used rocket-propelled grenades on outposts held by border police and Myanmar’s military in mountainous northern Rakhine State.
The US International Development Finance Corporation says it wants to deepen bilateral ties with Myanmar to rebuild after COVID-19.
Langkho officials were traveling through RSCC territory after delivering ballot papers ahead of the November 8 general election when they were injured by gunfire.
US State Department under secretary David Hale asked Daw Aung San Suu Kyi for “a credible, transparent and inclusive election in November”.
Numerous unanswered questions have arisen surrounded the way the Union Election Commission is running the November 8 general election.
Declaring the NLD’s economic reforms are yielding results, the State Counselor said Myanmar attracted nearly $5.7 billion in FDI in FY2020—98% of the government’s target.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi says private health care can help the government cope with coronavirus.
Michael Kyaw Myint, leader of the disbanded United Democratic Party, has withdrawn his witnesses and now faces an early judgment.
Sixteen international proposals have been submitted for the New Yangon City project to challenge the bid by the China Communications Construction Co.
A man died after a clash between rival Union Solidarity and Development Party and National League for Democracy supporters in Sagaing Region.
Myanmar continues to attract foreign investment from Europe and Hong Kong, despite the impact of COVID-19, which continues to hit exporters.