Members of armed student group detained while attending funeral; organization says Army violated terms of peace deal by arresting the pair.
The NSCN-K says it has written to the government and military asking for help in freeing 11 members of the group the military detained in March, but has yet to hear back.
Rights activist and director Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi had requested bail, as he suffers from liver cancer.
Eagerly awaited addition to Yangon’s food scene lives up to the hype.
When Ko Myint Thein Htun went into the family cotton weaving business by a twist of fate some 20 years ago, he had no idea he would spark a new cottage industry.
It will reflect poorly on Dhaka if the ICOE is not allowed to gather evidence in Cox’s Bazar.
Adoniram Judson died in the Bay of Bengal in 1850 and is remembered for bringing Christianity to Myanmar and for writing the first English-Burmese dictionaries.
“The threats against journalists are bad for journalism and also not good for the country,” said U Aung Hla Tun, the deputy minister of information.
Gov’t eager to resume formal peace process, U Tun Tun Oo says at talks with KNU
Senior DWIR officials accused of misusing 537 million kyats of the agency’s budget.
The even will feature free food, traditional dance shows and sets by top local singers across 21 floating venues. There will also be a Mr. and Mrs. Inle contest on the last day.
Sen-Gen. Min Aung Hlaing says development schemes will benefit the rural poor.
Police accuse the rebel group of abducting the relatives in an act of terrorism. The Arakan Army claims it was rescuing the relatives from a military bombing run.
On this day in 1948, Gen. Aung San and eight colleagues assassinated with him were laid to rest at the site that would later become the Martyrs’ Mausoleum in Yangon.
Armed group says it attacked police regiment because Tatmadaw is using it to shell mountains near the town; captain among those killed.