The central government says it will investigate the regional law limiting children for Muslim Rohingyas.
The pact represents a step towards ending the country’s last major ethnic civil war.
A judge rules Htin Kyaw and his friends don't need to pay the bail fee.
Nuon Chea apologizes to victims’ families at a UN-backed court.
Clashes between Buddhists and Muslims rage for a second day in Lashio.
Women challenge a governor to keep his pledge to promptly resolve their disputes.
Mam Sonando says the authorities should adopt reforms or face poll manipulation charges.
The talks are the first held inside the country since fighting resumed nearly two years ago.
Shan state becomes the latest region to suffer violence between Buddhists and Muslims.
The Myanmar opposition leader makes rare public comments defending the rights of the Muslim group.
The farmers were planting crops after authorities refused them permission.
His son had recently been promoted within the Cambodia National Rescue Party.
Authorities say unchecked population growth fueled communal violence last year.
The legislator says it is time for Washington to reward the country’s sweeping reforms.
A UN rights envoy is accused of 'ignoring' earlier responses to international concerns.
The defendants are spared the death penalty over the killing of Thawbita.
Prince Sisowath Thomico says the ruling party wants to destroy his political career.
His trip is the first by a leader of Myanmar to Washington in nearly half a century.
Supporters take to the streets of Phnom Penh in a second major rally.
Nay Myo Zin, who was re-incarcerated in a test case for political prisoners, goes free.
Among those relocated were tens of thousands of displaced Muslim Rohingyas.
The fizzled storm spares Rohingyas living in camps on Myanmar’s coast.
Officials pledge an investigation and nationwide inspections of garment plants.
Some Rohingyas are more afraid of moving than they are of the storm.
The visit to Washington would be the first by a Burmese leader in half a century.
The party still demands Sam Rainsy be allowed to contest despite dropping him from their list.
A rights group says tens of thousands are at risk in Rakhine state.
The Burma reform group raises concerns about political prisoners and investment projects.
Five out of eight parties are approved to field candidates in July polls.
The Burmese opposition leader is mum on her potential presidency bid.