At least two people are killed and around 30 missing after a mountain of rubble collapsed at a jade mine in northern Burma.
Burma’s two biggest political parties deny recent accusations that they sidestepped election rules by holding premature campaign events under the guise of other issues.
South Okkalar Township activists send a petition to the president urging him to stop the ruling party from developing a former park into condominiums.
City authorities bestow the first-ever award for Rangoon’s most sanitary township, in an effort to clean up the commercial capital and incentivize municipal staff performance.
Burmese officials from Shan State’s Tachilek Township attend a meeting with Chinese, Thai and Lao officials to discuss reigning in rampant Mekong region cross-border crime.
A court will next week pass down a verdict on 20 Burmese Muslims accused of links to armed insurgent groups.
Activists have criticized the Letpadaung report implementation committee for failing to provide a workable land compensation scheme and justifying police actions during a recent skirmish.
Religious extremism could derail Burma’s much-vaunted reform process, says Charles Maung Bo, the Buddhist-majority country’s first Catholic cardinal.
The Burmese government took a hard line on the timber trade in Kachin State on Tuesday, as state-run media publicly denounced rebels for facilitating illicit cross-border transfers.
The United Wa State Army, Burma’s biggest ethnic army, defy a government order and reopen a Shan State trading hub linked to illicit drug trade.
The first Manau festival staged in Burma for four years has opened in Myitkyina, despite the objections of thousands of local Kachin.
Farmers in Mandalay protest against the Myotha Industrial Zone demanding fair land compensation and the release of 10 detained activists.
Former inmates have revived a photographic campaign calling for the release of all political prisoners and an end to ongoing politically motivated arrests in Burma.
President Thein Sein meets with ethnic representatives and says he hopes a nationwide ceasefire accord could be reached next month.
The family of Khin Win, fatally shot by police in late December, demands an investigation into seven people who are believed to be responsible.
Church colleagues praise the appointment by Pope Francis of Rangoon’s archbishop Charles Bo as Burma’s first ever Roman Catholic cardinal.
An upscale teahouse in Rangoon is looking to bring a touch of class to a ubiquitous Burmese institution.
Fifty-eight groups condemn a fatal police clash with protestors at the Letpadaung mine and call for a committee to resolve disputes at the project site.
The All Burma Students’ Democratic Front and peace negotiators have held talks ahead of discussions between ethnic armed group leaders and the President.
More than 100 households have been razed in a devastating fire at the Sin Kyaing camp for internally displaced persons.