A Rangoon court sentences three journalists and two media owners to two years in prison after their journal published a story that upset the government.
Shortly after commanders of different Karen rebel groups vowed military cooperation, cracks begin to appear within the leadership of the various groups.
Politically minded women in Mon State form a party to contest general elections in 2015, with the goal of appointing more women in Parliament.
Nine farmers are sentenced to seven years in prison for working on lands they say were unlawfully seized by the military in Thaton, Mon State.
Chinese mining firm Wanbao drops charges against Phyu Hnin Htwe, an activist accused of kidnapping two contractors for the Letpadaung copper mine.
Mandalay court sentences four men to 10 years’ imprisonment with hard labor for abetting the murder of a Muslim man during religious violence in July.
The World Bank approves a US$100 million loan for Burma to improve the health care services provided to mothers and children in the impoverished country.
Six Chin farmers who fled after having been arrested and allegedly tortured by the Burma Army return to their village in Chin State’s Palatwa Township.
Three Burmese witnesses in the double murder case on Thailand’s Koh Tao are released after giving testimony in the case involving two of their compatriots.
The Burma Army orders 1,000 civilians to leave villages near the jade mining town in Kachin State because clashes with Kachin rebels could break out.
State-owned flag carrier Myanma Airways will begin offering brand new sightseeing routes over some of Burma’s most scenic and historic sites.
Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing assigns three generals the task of communicating with the media, following a meeting between the commander-in-chief and members of the press.
The commanders of units of different Karen rebel groups in southeastern Burma say they will begin military cooperation, following an increase in Burma Army operations.
Two Burmese migrant workers should not be the primary suspects in a double murder in Thailand, a rights group says, as a pre-trial hearing begins.
The government will pay schoolteachers who teach ethnic minority languages in Burma, according to ethnic leaders, in a win for ethnic minorities’ rights and cultures.
Fighting in southeastern Burma between the government and Karen rebels is linked to a planned dam nearby on the Salween River, an environmental watchdog says.
Civil society urged corporate and government stakeholders to take additional measures in preparation for implementing the EITI, a resource revenue reporting protocol.
The temple complex of Bagan in central Burma will become a World Heritage Site within the next few years, a Unesco expert says.
Burma’s Interim Press Council will meet with commander-in-chief Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing to discuss media freedoms and facilitating journalists’ access to military representatives.
Scores of refugees are in detention after being rescued by Thailand’s anti-human trafficking police from a rubber plantation in Thailand’s Phang Nga province.