A court sentences a married couple to two years’ imprisonment for violating Burma’s immigration law in a case linked to July’s deadly rioting in Mandalay.
Thai authorities will allow foreign migrant laborers without passports to work in border towns of the Kingdom on a day-to-day basis.
The Myanmar Teachers’ Federation will cooperate with students’ organizations and join their protests against the controversial National Education Bill, which Parliament will soon discuss.
Irrawaddy Division officials informed residents of Nga Yoke Kaung Township of plans to build a coal-fired power plant, leading to local concerns.
Two bombs in two days are discovered in eastern Burma’s Myawaddy Township, with the second explosive device uncovered on Tuesday in the Thai-Burma border trading hub.
Villagers from Chaung Tha in Irrawaddy Division reject a land reclamation project that would clear mangroves to make way for housing in the beachside village.
A student organization says a student activist is being falsely accused of involvement in the brief detention of Chinese workers at the Monywa copper mine.
Two Rohingya women and a man drown near the Arakan State capital Sittwe after jumping from a boat because police fired rubber bullets at them.
Thai junta leader Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha is likely to choose to Burma as his destination for a first official visit abroad.
American lawmakers are considering a piece of legislation that would restrict funding for security assistance to Burma’s military.
Despite a change to the controversial Article 18, activists are still being denied permission to hold demonstrations, and charged if they gather without permission.
The two mountaineers have been missing for 12 days after reaching the peak of what was long considered to be Burma’s tallest mountain.
The Nationwide Ceasefire Coordination Team will demand that the president sits on one of three post-ceasefire committees it is proposing.
Leaders of two rebel groups that recently clashed because of a territorial dispute held discussions to find a solution to the argument.
A curfew imposed in June 2012, when clashes between Buddhists and minority Muslims erupted, is lifted in the Arakan State capital.
A court in Rangoon adds two more years in prison to activist Htin Kyaw’s sentence, despite calls for mercy from an international human rights group.
The latest in a film series about ancient Thai King Naresuan will feature a re-enactment of an attack on Toungoo, now in Burma’s Bago Division.
Haoliang Xu, the UN assistant secretary-general and Asia regional director for the UNDP, meets with Buddhist and Muslim leaders in the conflict-torn west Burma state.
People in northern Shan State demonstrate against companies exporting the mineral to China, claiming local mines are environmentally destructive.
Two members of all-Burmese team of eight climbers reached the peak of Hkakabo Razi on Aug. 31, but lost radio contact with the team.