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The government and the army ignored a parliamentary proposal to hold six-party talks on constitutional reform, indicating that the reform issue could hit political deadlock.
Scores of people have been evicted from area around Mandalay’s Gaw Wein Jetty ahead the arrival of King Harald and Queen Sonja.
Protestors camped in downtown Rangoon demand negotiations within seven days to address claims that the Burma Army forcibly displaced them from their homes.
In an effort to raise commercial tax compliance rates, the Internal Revenue Department will enforce a pre-purchase stamp system for customer receipts at dining establishments.
Discussions will be held between the government and ethnic armed groups, the first talks since an army attack near Laiza killed 23 cadets last month.
The nominee to become the next commander of US forces in the Pacific says the time isn’t right to expand military ties with Burma.
A report into the death of a Burmese journalist in military custody is inadequate and an independent investigation must be ordered, his family’s lawyer says.
Highlighting women whose hard work, courage and vision make them powerful agents of change in the effort to achieve a democratic and prosperous Myanmar.
Three years after President Thein Sein invited Burma’s exiles and refugees to return to the country, many say the government isn’t making it easy.
The UN appears poised to keep Burma on its list of least-developed countries for the future, dampening official efforts to shed the title by 2015.
Ethnic Naga leaders will attempt to absorb two more townships, currently under the jurisdiction of Sagaing Division, into the minority group’s self-administered zone.
The National League for Democracy gears up for “a whole year” of celebrations to commemorate Burmese independence hero Gen. Aung San’s centenary birthday.
Burma’s election commission says the US-based International Republican Institute violated rules during election campaign training in Irrawaddy Division that was only attended by NLD members.
A controversial legislative package known as the “protection of race and religion laws” will be up for debate during Burma’s next parliamentary session.
Thousands of young women from villages and towns across Burma are pouring into Rangoon garment factories for their first ever taste of financial independence.
Artists and performers with disabilities from across all 10 Asean countries will showcase their talents in Rangoon over the weekend.
Burma Army chief Min Aung Hlaing meets with leaders of the Karen National Union and reportedly reaffirms his support for the stalled nationwide ceasefire process.
Six students may face charges for leading a demonstration against a new education law in central Burma on Saturday, according to one protest leader.
The largely dormant Strand Road rail line will be used for a new commuter train service beginning this month, according to Myanmar Railways.