Under amendments, judges can release on bail those charged under telecoms law.
As the mandate of the Kofi Annan-led delegation comes to an end, The Irrawaddy looks back on its recommendations and challenges.
Govt investigator hopes ‘situation can continue like this.’
A Yangon court examines the 20th witness in the murder trial: U Ko Ni’s eldest daughter.
The Hsipaw Township judge again denied bail for the Irrawaddy and DVB journalists, citing national security reasons and a prolonged trial.
UWSA official says Peace Commission vice-chair will lead visit to Panghsang.
The move follows a recent deployment of hundreds more Myanmar Army troops to Rakhine State.
Mandalay resident files Article (66)d case against Yangon man.
The factory has reportedly not sought the Ministry of Electricity and Energy’s permission to generate 49 megawatts of electricity using coal.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi meets with military leaders to discuss the terminology to describe acts of violence in the region.
Signs U Tay Za is returning to the international business community after his removal from US sanctions list.
Lawmaker cites environmental and health concerns, defense minister denies any negative impacts.
U Aung Naing Oo continues his efforts to end years of armed conflict in his recent appointment.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi praises ‘leader in the struggle for democracy’ at service in Yangon.
Five months after their last appeal was turned down, two Burmese migrant workers sentenced to death will file another appeal in Thailand’s high court.