National Defense and Security Council members, including State Counselor and Army chief, join key officials to draw up long- and short-term plans
China announced it was investigating Canadian businessman Michael Spavor on Thursday, days after a former Canadian diplomat was detained in an escalating diplomatic row.
Three bridges have already been completed along the road project which aims to improve connections and security along the coasts of Irrawaddy Region and Rakhine State.
A government agency rejected Spark New Zealand's proposal to use 5G equipment of China's Huawei Technologies in its planned network citing significant national security risks.
The minister responsible for overseeing cybersecurity preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Games has caused embarrassment and concern over preparations for the global sporting event.
Pompeo said North Korea was ready to allow international inspectors into two test sites. Experts say the North appeared simply to be repackaging and dragging out past pledges.
China said it was investigating Meng Hongwei for suspected wrongdoing after he was reported missing in France.
The report concluded there are nearly 300 vulnerabilities that could affect critical materials and components essential to the US military.
Buthidaung Township Lawmaker U Aung Thaung Shwe’s proposal in parliament to form a militia with local villagers to improve security in the area has been rejected.
The exercise, which involved the submarine trying to evade detection, was conducted away from island bases constructed by China to push its claims in the strategic sea.
S. Korean President Moon Jae-in arrived in Pyongyang to discuss with Kim Jong Un faltering talks on denuclearization and the prospect of officially ending the Korean War.
Lawmakers discussed in favor signing the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, saying it would boost the country’s image.
The US imposed sanctions on a China-based tech firm, its N. Korean CEO and a Russian subsidiary, accusing them of moving illicit funding to N. Korea in violation of US sanctions.
"Today, the opportunity presents itself for talks," said NMSP Vice Chairman Nai Hong Sar. "I want us to try to make the best use of that opportunity."
A security ministry statement said Le Quoc Binh was a member of Viet Tan, a US-based exiles group that Communist Vietnam regards as a "terrorist" body.