The raid comes amid allegations of ‘war crimes’ by government troops in the region.
The opposition party leader will hold discussions on “national reconciliation” with Thein Sein and Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing on Wednesday.
Police had detained and fined the men before setting them free days earlier.
The group of Vietnamese Christians has repatriated voluntarily despite alleged persecution in their homeland.
Kem Sokha says the Cambodia National Rescue Party will meet soon with Hun Sen’s Cambodian People’s Party.
Numbers of those still missing vary widely, with local miners saying as many as 200 may still be buried.
Min Aung Hlaing says the military is willing to work with the new government that will come into power in January.
More than 100 others remain missing as the search for victims continues.
Fighting between government troops and the Shan State Army-North has been temporarily suspended while the two sides are talking.
The foreign minister claims his lawyer acted alone in pursuing the seven-year-old defamation case.
The two leaders vow push for a “national reconciliation” process under the next government.
The statement comes as martial law is lifted in the Kokang region.
Representatives from the country’s ethnic groups discuss the resettling of war refugees.
MPs who lost their seats retain legislative power until the end of a ‘lame duck’ session.
The ruling party-dominated standing committee approves his arrest and strips his immunity.
A ruling party lawmaker says he was stripped of parliamentary immunity by a 2013 conviction.
Aung San Suu Kyi's party secures enough seats in parliament to form its own government.
The Southeast Asian nation will hold its own general elections in July 2018.
But Aung San Suu Kyi cautions supporters to ‘control themselves’ until election results are finalized.
Ma Ba Tha leader Wirathu welcomes an expected NLD victory in Myanmar’s general elections.
NLD leader says shared struggle and suffering with nation propelled NLD to victory .
The chairwoman of the opposition National League for Democracy party wants to meet with the president, military commander-in-chief and parliamentary speaker.
They say worsening relations could threaten upcoming elections.
Acting USDP leader says army-backed party accepts voters' verdict as country moves toward multi-party system.
Tin Oo says he believes the military will pull back from politics and Aung San Suu Kyi can still become president despite constitutional curbs.
The declaration comes as international monitors criticize lack of transparency in some voting areas.
They have rounded up suspects in an incident where apparent illegal loggers killed two officials on forest patrol and wounded another.
Ruling party officials concede defeat one day after the historic polls.
Observers report little violence and turnout of 80 percent in vote that gauges army-dominated country's democratic prospects.
Senior officials say the poll was won before it even started.