On the death of the former junta leader’s son-in-law, Myanmar’s State Counselor sent a letter of condolence to the man who once ordered her house arrest.
Proposals to be submitted to Parliament next month; report recommends articles be repealed, amended, expanded or retained.
Key developments at the agency include making training more useful and offering it to lower-level officials, says public policy expert who is assisting the reform process.
An Arakan Army report claims that over 1,000 Myanmar military troops have died in recent fighting, a claim which the military rebuts.
MNHRC not ready to release details of investigation, says report contains recommendations for avoiding civilian casualties, displacement.
Even after an arms embargo ordered by the Jewish state’s high court, military relations between Israel and Myanmar continue.
Armed group denies the impressive show of force it put on in April to mark its 30th year indicates a desire to act as a ‘parallel government’.
Mandalay-based U Thawbita still faces prosecution under Article 66(d) for criticism of military, commander-in-chief on Facebook
The government is finally getting serious about silencing U Wirathu’s hate speech; it must bring the fugitive to court without delay.
Sen-Gen. Min Aung Hlaing considered the ex-Thai army chief, who died Sunday aged 98, as his ‘adopted father’.
With lucrative mining operations funding an army that has had nearly a decade to prepare, the KNU is not afraid to fight.
President’s Office toll puts AA deaths at about 100; no word on Tatmadaw casualties
Karen Women Organization head Naw K’nyaw Paw discusses her work and her remaining goals after becoming the 3rd Myanmar recipient of the International Women of Courage Award.
Sen-Gen. Min Aung Hlaing reduced sentences of seven soldiers after group of citizens submitted petition on their behalf.
This is the second move by USDP and military lawmakers to have their own amendment bill considered by Parliament in parallel with the NLD’s constitutional amendment efforts.