Rohingya organizations have condemned the burning of a picture of Gen. Aung San at a recent rally in front of the Burmese Embassy in Bangkok.
Burma is collaborating with foreign companies to upgrade how it keeps track of its citizens by replacing paper-and-ink national identity cards with scannable “smart” cards.
The police said the recent violence against Muslims was orchestrated and was conducting an investigation into the events.
The Kachin Independence Army and government forces exchanged heavy fire on Monday in northern Shan State.
The Shan State Army-South and the government army continue to clash despite a tentative ceasefire agreement, with one recent confrontation leaving five government soldiers dead.
Shan State Army leader Yawd Serk says he trusts Aung San Suu Kyi even though she is currently working with the government.
The Shan State Army says it can implement its plan to eliminate narcotics within six years if the Burmese government agrees to cooperate.
After releasing her debut album in the United States, a 22-year-old ethnic Chin singer opens up about her life with polio and her music ambitions.
The flow of goods from Thailand reportedly drops by half after the Burmese government introduces a new system to crackdown on illegal imports.
Five leaders of the People Democracy Party are detained on charges of incitement and defaming Kachin State Chief Minister La John Ngan Hsai.
Burmese and KIA forces engage in a new round of clashes near the jade-mining center of Hpakant in Kachin State.
Htay Oo, the general-secretary of the USDP, has denied accusations that he threatened members of the regional assembly in Irrawaddy Division.
Sittwe remains gripped by sectarian conflict despite a state of emergency being declared as residents say insufficient security forces are deployed to contain potential violence.
The 43 MP-elects from the NLD who won seats in the by-election will hold a strategy meeting ahead of entering Parliament on April 23.