Two officers have been transferred to the military's auxiliary force for taking bribes from jade mines operating without a license, another for killings in Rakhine State.
Arakan Army denies troops extorted 6.7 million kyats by torturing officials, preacher.
Despite draconian laws and official denial, sex is big business in Burma.
Military representatives to Parliament urge their civilian counterparts to approach cooperating with international agencies from a national security perspective.
His testimony contradicted a previous witness who last week said police had "set up" the pair.
The Northern Alliance reports increased attacks not only in Kachin but also in Palaung, Kokang and Rakhine areas.
The commander of the Northern Command says the Tatmadaw has to carry out attacks for regional stability as well as in response to ambushes by the KIA on govt troops.
Party laying the groundwork for reform, remains committed to charter change, spokesman says.
An Arakan Army spokesman said the AA would defend itself and clashes would persist if Myanmar Army troops continue to advance.
In the past, writers and publishers in Burma were targets of one of the world’s most draconian censorship systems.
In the past, Burmese writers had to become masters of journalistic kung fu, using subtle means to defend their work against the attacks of military censors.
The move, if confirmed, would mark the first Chinese missile deployments in the Spratly Islands, where several Asian countries have rival claims.
Demonstrators plan to continue protesting until those trapped in the forests due to fighting between the Tatmadaw and the KIA are safely evacuated.
The Kachin Independence Army chief issues a letter of encouragement to Kachin people who have been displaced by clashes.
UN visits troubled Rakhine State, while China and Western nations continue to both influence and pressure once-isolated Myanmar.