They ask her to remove the southern region’s chief minister and finance minister.
Maung Kyaw, administrator of Kyauk Khot village, was alone when he was killed.
Police fire rubber bullets and a water cannon to disperse ethnic Karenni demonstrators.
The latest victims are migrant workers from Shan state and Mandalay region.
Police charge them with violating the country’s Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Law.
Nearly 200 people from three ethnic minority groups flee their homes, fearing helicopter assaults.
They denounce recent calls by dam-backer China for the suspended project to resume.
'We kept our border open for a long time. This time we will not open it,' foreign minister A.K. Abdul Momen says.
Military MPs and the main opposition party strongly disapprove of the move.
They want to return to Myanmar with safety guarantees, citizenship rights, and official recognition of their ethnic identity, some say.
They are detained along with the couple that hosted them on suspicion of having ties to the Arakan Army.
The case is filed on the same day that Human Rights Watch issues a report taking the government to task for a decline in press freedom.
Her comments come days after parliament approved a measure to create a committee to amend the constitution.
Row between soccer fans and villagers escalates to big fight in central Myanmar's Magway division.
The fledgling democracy should repeal or amend draconian laws that criminalize free speech and assembly, HRW says, citing multiple abuses.
Top military leader says he has already agreed to amend the charter when the time is right.
With a shrapnel injury to his head, the boy died in transit to Yangon for emergency treatment.
A minister floats the idea of downsizing or relocating the $3.6 billion Myitsone Dam, suspended since 2011.
Discussions among legislators on amendments will likely begin in February.
Military MPs oppose the measure put forward by the ruling party and boycott the vote.
Rescue personnel try to free two other trapped workers.
Residents of Ohn Chaung village accuse government soldiers of taking cash, jewelry, and cell phones.
The accused groups fault the army for tensions and say they don’t trust conditional peace offers.
Technical, humanitarian and security assessments of Bhashan Char are needed, special rapporteur says.
‘Terrorists’ from neighboring Bangladesh fire shots across the border, a spokesman for the military’s Western Command says.
Christine Schraner Burgener also calls for restraint in government military’s conflict with Arakan Army.
The nearly four dozen workers say brokers promised them good wages at the site in Yunnan province.
Officials charged 31 with illegal infiltration after they spent days trapped in no-man’s land.
Civilians displaced by armed conflict want ‘solid guarantee’ that they will be safe once they return home.
The military says Aung San Suu Kyi has ordered troops to 'crush' the AA 'effectively and quickly.'