Two policemen were detained after a fight between them ended in gunfire, with one officer being taken to Mandalay General Hospital to be treated for minor injuries.
Gunmen shot at two people riding a motorbike in Mandalay’s Chanmyathazi Township, killing a woman and critically injuring a man.
Move comes amid mounting public criticism of decision to drop charges against alleged killers
The two men said police pinned trumped-up charges on them after failing to connect them to the bombs that struck the Rakhine State capital in February.
The former Buddhist monk owned luxury cars and featured in a video sporting wads of cash and using a private jet.
The Yangon North District Court charged the suspects, including Kaladan Delta Development owner Min Oo Khaing, in connection with what was at the time a record drug seizure.
A conservation group credits stepped-up forest patrols and a reward scheme for tipoffs for bringing the numbers down.
Reporters face further threats from suspect’s family as trial of military officer’s wife continues.
Commissioners agree that widespread public allegations of corruption in decision to free 3 suspected killers warrant further examination
The argument erupted after prosecutor U Ne La called Kyi Lin, who fatally shot U Ko Ni in January 2017, a “yokel," according to another prosecutor.
Police say the man, 38, died of breathing problems on the way to the hospital. His family believes he was beaten to death.
Court to rule soon on whether trial will resume of trio, who were controversially freed by a lower court
Dinh Ngoc He abused his position as chairman of Thai Son Joint Stock Company and his military status to get contracts in national projects, the official Vietnam News Agency said.
U Win Myint urges Union officials to determine why Yangon officials dropped case against trio accused of beating Aung Yell Htwe to death; Union attorney general on Monday ordered the
Aung Yell Htwe case to be reopened amid public outcry, intervention of President U Win Myint.