He is reinstated after pledging to give up politics.
Six protesters in Yangon are held for violating the law they were demonstrating against.
The Constitutional Council orders that ballot records in Battambang be checked.
Local sources say authorities responded too late to control Buddhist mobs.
Several people are injured in the violence by Buddhist mobs.
The crowd had gathered to 'protest peacefully' and police dispersed them appropriately, a presidential spokesman says.
The ruling follows a review of opposition claims of voter fraud.
The 'security packages' contain original tallies collected on election day.
Improved forms of treatment are needed to stem the spread of the disease.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi says Beijing recognizes the unofficial results disputed by the opposition.
An opposition proposal seeks to revamp provisions on offenses and punishments under the Electronic Transactions Law.
He says he abandoned his visit to a Muslim refugee camp after an attack by 200 angry Buddhists.
They say existing legislation discriminates against them in land disputes.
The Constitutional Council dismisses several CNRP allegations in a closed-door hearing.
Citizens should scrutinize the lawmakers representing them more closely, she says.
The move comes amid concerns over continuing arrests of activists.
Residents are forced to sign a petition acknowledging a CPP election victory, a rights group says.
Sam Rainsy says the government move is aimed at intimidating the people.
He says an independent arbitrator should guide the meetings to halt communal clashes.
The opposition lodges its official challenge of vote results.
The move comes amid post-election uncertainty.
Election officials make a surprise announcement of preliminary results.
Members of the Myanmar ethnic group say only Rohingya views were represented.
The CPP and CNRP agree to reconsider a joint committee to investigate irregularities.
Htin Kyaw protests his arrest over a grassroots anti-land grab campaign.
Thousands gather for a historic commemoration of the 1988 Myanmar pro-democracy movement.
A Party official says it helped sow the seeds for reforms now unfolding in the country.
The warning comes as Cambodian authorities boost security amid concerns of possible clashes over the disputed election.
A government apology will start the process of healing from the bloody event, it says.
Sam Rainsy leaves for the United States to attend his daughter's wedding.