Two officers have been transferred to the military's auxiliary force for taking bribes from jade mines operating without a license, another for killings in Rakhine State.
Myanmar’s Anti-Corruption Commission chairman says he will soon report the findings of the investigation to the president and parliamentary speakers.
Arakan Army denies troops extorted 6.7 million kyats by torturing officials, preacher.
“We formed the body as a preemptive measure to identify those who are harming our citizens, government and sovereignty,” said U Win Khant.
The report makes Amnesty the first international rights group to shed light on what it calls "the largely under-reported human rights abuses" by ARSA in Rakhine State last year.
The defense lawyer argued against admitting the documents, saying it was unclear who has had access to the phones and whether appropriate procedures were followed.
A social enterprise initiative to support sustainable peace and development has been in progress since last year.
Men seek financial redress from Yangon labor panel after minor accident led to assault, dismissal.
Operators say they expect foreign arrivals to decline this year with vacationers in western countries canceling their bookings following the unrest in northern Rakhine State.
Myanmar reduced opium cultivation by 25 percent last year at the national level, but production in northern Shan State and Kachin State did not decline, the UNODC stated.
Court says pair failed to seek permission; the pair claims Peaceful Assembly Law used to stifle dissent.
Defense lawyers argued that police had not demonstrated the documents had indeed been extracted from the reporters' phones.
U Kyaw Win and his son have reportedly been under investigation for corruption for nearly two weeks.
Ring road would link downtown Yangon, port, airport, and Yangon-Mandalay Highway
Myanmar authorities have resumed using loudspeakers to urge the nearly 4,000 Rohingya taking shelter on a sliver of land along the border to leave.