Police form a human chain across a road leading to Burma’s biggest city, telling student protesters that authorities would “take action” unless they dispersed.
A new autobiography defends the 1988 military coup and celebrates the accomplishments of the junta-era prime minister.
Political analysts say that a Monday meeting between the President and the Opposition Leader should have been more transparent.
Aung San Suu Kyi apologizes for a play staged by her NLD’s Prome office that graphically depicted brutalities by the former military regime.
Fighting flares again between the Burma Army and the Shan State Army-South, with government troops accused of attacking a rebel base in Mauk Mae Township.
President Thein Sein had a rare meeting on Monday with opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi to discuss constitutional changes and the first election under the country’s new democratic system.
Burma’s forestry department captures a wild white elephant in the jungles of western Irrawaddy Division to put it on display in a zoo.
May Sabe Phyu, known for her work as an advocate for peace and gender equality, travels to the United States to receive the esteemed award.
Police in Letpadan prevented students from restarting their march to Rangoon on Monday morning, forcing student protesters into negotiations with Pegu Division authorities.
Freelance photographer Aung Nay Myo is released from detention in Monywa, three days after his arrest for posting a satirical image on Facebook mocking authorities.
Government and ethnic representatives will meet in mid-March for the seventh round of official talks on an elusive nationwide ceasefire agreement.
Local authorities in Monywa detain a freelance photographer after he posted a satirical photo on Facebook mocking authorities.
Students have met with Parliament Speaker Shwe Mann and other lawmakers to express concerns about what they allege to be attempts at stifling education reform.
A Burmese Labor Ministry Official warns migrant workers in Thailand that they should renew their Thai work permits before they expire on March 31.
The United Wa State Army deny government allegations that they support the Kokang rebels and say Naypyidaw is suggesting Chinese involvement to play nationalist politics.
The Myanmar Red Cross Society has asked state and divisional governments not to assign its members to support roles within Burma Army units.
A fire at a migrant school run by the Mae Tao Clinic in Mae Sot injures two students and destroys four boarding houses.
Police raid a land rights protest camp near Sule Pagoda in downtown Rangoon and charge 14 protestors under the Peaceful Assembly Law and municipal ordinance.
Galleries in downtown Rangoon will jointly host exhibitions as part of the Yangon Art and Heritage Festival, to be held across the city next month.
Developers and donors are big on “community consultation” ahead of large projects, but are the touted listening exercises really sincere?