Daw Aung San Suu Kyi opposes mission to Rakhine State.
Military visit to neighbor suggests rejuvenation of old ties.
Dengue cases have doubled in the region from the previous year.
Col. Aung Soe Moe takes over from Col. Tin Aung Tun, who served since August 2015.
City transport authority replaces buses on the route after deadly accident.
Buthidaung incident occurred as army and border police carry out clearance operations.
A statement from U Shwe Mann argues that amendments to the colonial era law need to be considered.
Three reporters appear in court to establish trial date.
More than six months after the arrest of U Min Htay, a court will decide whether he is charged under Article 17(1) of the Unlawful Associations Act.
Pictures of people stealing food and drinks circulate on social media.
After wrapping up first visit to Myanmar, Filippo Grandi renews call to support Myanmar’s displaced and stateless.
Reporters say the police have no right to throw out their case against a Myanmar Army soldier for alleged unlawful surveillance.
The Union-level JMC says almost 70 percent of the complaints it receives are territorial disputes that will soon be assessed by verification teams.
Police find largest haul of narcotics in Mandalay after a couple was arrested in Shan State last week.
Labor minister says he is working with Thai authorities to issue documents to estimated 2.8 million illegal workers still in Thailand, amid crackdown.