The jovial government negotiator appears to be making friends as he leads his delegation in talks with 14 different exile groups in Thailand.
Recent heavy rains in northern Burma have cause floods in the capital of Kachin State, forcing the evacuation of as many as 2,000 people.
President Thein Sein faces calls to state his position on the status of the Rohingya as he prepares to make a state visit to Bangladesh.
Despite some positive political signs, fighting between the KIO and the Burmese army shows no sign of abating.
Asserting that its policy toward Burma is a “step-by-step” process, the US rules out the complete removal of economic sanctions.
Suu Kyi said she holds no grudges against the ex-regime that detained her for 15 years and considers them people to work with toward reform.
Burmese government negotiator Aung Min offers Dr. Cynthia cooperation and an opportunity to open clinics inside Burma.
Rights groups denounce a Thai plan to send pregnant women back to their countries of birth as a measure to prevent human trafficking.
Dr. Cynthia’s clinic may be forced to discontinue dry food rations to 3,000 children in Mae Sot due to severe funding cuts.
Thirty-eight Rohingya men are arrested for murder, while the UN says the security situation in Arakan remains tense and fragile.
The worst of the violence has died down in Arakan State, but the state capital remains uneasy in the aftermath of recent communal clashes.
Aung San Suu Kyi is expected to appeal a court decision ordering her to share ownership of her house with her estranged brother.
A court in Naypyidaw is set to decide on Tuesday if NLD spokesperson Nyan Win should face jail for spreading rumors of alleged voter fraud.
The Burmese government is taking steps to ensure foreign investment in Burma results in jobs and training for local people, says the International Labour Organization.
England’s penalty heartbreak in Sunday’s Euro 2012 quarter-final has also had a dire effect in Burma where large sums were placed on a Three Lions victory.
Communal violence in western Burma has posed a challenge for the newfound freedom of the country’s press, testing the limits of free speech.
Burmese viewers finally get a chance to see Suu Kyi deliver a speech overseas on a new subscription-only TV channel.
Eighty-two Rohingya boatpeople receive one-year sentences in Mon State, charged with violating immigration laws after their boat was found drifting at sea.
Despite some optimism, many businessmen say that for all Burma’s opportunities, significant challenges remain if Burma is to become another Asian Tiger.
The official death toll in communal clashes in Arakan State rises to 62, as Bangladesh’s security forces send back more Rohingya Muslims.