‘Women have their own rights, and not because they are given by men,’ says a co-founder of the Myanmar Women’s Self-defense Center.
Police have recaptured two of ten detainees that escaped from the Myoma Police Station on Sunday.
A total of 73 photos, along with the footage captured by 196 security cameras, is presented to the judges.
The encouragement follows reports of attacks, accidents and inconveniences experienced by Myanmar teams and fans at the 29th SEA Games in Malaysia.
Lawyers submit a 319-page appeal to Thailand’s Supreme Court through the Koh Samui court.
Lawmaker states in Parliament that poppy growers are taxed by authorities, military representative objects.
A Yangon court examines the 20th witness in the murder trial: U Ko Ni’s eldest daughter.
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.
Aung Win Khaing, one of the main suspects in U Ko Ni’s assassination, is still at large with police staying silent about progress in their search for him.
The court postpones the hearing for detained nationalists after police request more time to apprehend the remaining suspects.
Police say it is difficult to stop the poachers, as they are often aided by locals who are tempted by profits.
Three more are injured in the shooting in Kutkai Township.
It is the ninth wild elephant to be killed by poachers in the area since January.
Suspected militants allegedly fired on villagers near Mayu mountain range.
Police seize weapons and methamphetamine pills during car search in Karen State.