The government says it is lifting the ban following 'requests' but does not elaborate.
Security forces open fire following a dispute at the camp.
The directive ahead of general elections is roundly criticized by rights groups.
Operations at the China-backed project in northern Myanmar remain suspended while protesting villagers refusing compensation.
Voters show up en mass to pledge their support.
Telenor and Ooredoo are awarded the licenses based on their cost and coverage advantages, the committee says.
Sources say government troops shelled rebel positions in Kachin state.
Mam Sonando says the government has imposed restrictions that are stifling revenue flow.
Victims and rights groups say the verdict doesn’t fit the crime.
Kem Sokha is asked to appear in court over a lawsuit.
The pressure comes amid a visit to Naypyidaw from China’s former foreign minister.
The Buddhist adherent says he never preached violence against Muslims.
The sportswear giant expressed concern over police action at a strike at its supplier Sabrina's plant.
Myanmar’s opposition leader says the proposal by a group of Buddhist leaders is discriminatory.
The two sides agree to form a 10-member committee to monitor progress on peace.
An official dismisses claims that the government’s efforts were lacking.
The garment factory workers resort to the action after a two-week strike.
But Myanmar and Vietnam are making progress, a U.S. report says.
Charter change for Myanmar is a key topic at landmark talks.
The group says intimidation from the ruling party will invalidate the polls.
He says rebels will work with the government and the UN to end poppy production.
Cambodia's Court of Appeals suspends one year of Yorm Bopha's sentence but upholds her conviction.
International assistance to thousands of displaced people had been blocked for nearly a year.
Noticeably absent is the country’s ruling Cambodia People’s Party.
The officials aim to defuse tensions among Myanmar migrant workers in Malaysia and help send some home.
A rights group says the program largely benefits the wealthy and powerful.
The party would seek to rival the two largest blocs in parliament.
CNRP's deputy leader says he is concerned for his safety after the disturbances.
An opposition official says the law limits freedom of expression.
He may have to face off with Aung San Suu Kyi for the top post in 2015 elections.