Former president U Thein Sein has told supporters to use their votes in the 2020 election to protect Myanmar and its military against foreign threats.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP concedes defeat in Jharkhand state election amid a deadly wave of protests against a new citizenship law deemed anti-Muslim.
In his Christmas address Saturday, Cardinal Charles Maung Bo called on the international community to understand Myanmar’s challenges around democracy and security.
Indian PM Modi denies citizenship law is anti-Muslim, leads rally in New Delhi as opposition protests turn deadly.
Protesters again take to the streets of Indian cities to rally against a new citizenship law seen as anti-Muslim; Karnataka state imposes curbs on public gatherings.
Churches of the Lahu and Kachin Baptist conventions have received permission from the United Wa State Army to reopen after the armed group ordered them closed last year.
History shows us that extreme nationalism breeds violence and misery; it must not be allowed to take root in Myanmar.
Indian police fire warnings shots and tear gas as protests against new citizenship law continue in New Delhi and West Bengal.
Over 100 injuries reported as New Delhi police break up protests against new Indian citizenship law, which opponents say targets Muslims and challenges secularism.
At a rally in Yangon, leaders of Myanmar’s religious groups express support for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s efforts to contest a genocide case against the country at the ICJ.
Pope Francis voices concern about future energy sources as he comforts victims of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.
During first papal visit to Thailand since 1984, Francis condemns exploitation of women and children for sex tourism, trafficking of migrants and laborers.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi makes donation to new temple in Shan State at event organized by ethnic Pa-O National Organization.
As pressure on land supply increases in the world's second-most populous country, thousands of legal cases over religious properties await resolution in India’s courts.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi presents democracy as a moral value, author Michal Lubina argues in his analysis of the State Counselor’s political thought.