The nation’s prime minister takes another shot at Sam Rainsy and his other rivals.
Assassin Kyi Lin tells authorities he was hired by someone named Myint Swe in late 2014 to kill Ko Ni.
The three activists were convicted of interfering with environmentally harmful sand-dredging operations.
The country's president calls for calm in the wake of the murder of Ko Ni, a Muslim advisor to Aung San Suu Kyi.
Desire for statehood, basic services puts Rohingya women and girls at risk of child marriage, polygamy.
Three members of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s bodyguard unit convicted of assault have all been promoted.
Business tycoon Khin Shwe says Aung San Suu Kyi told him to generate funds from Myanmar nationals to assist her efforts to forge peace.
A regional armed forces commander says the group’s anti-war skit attacked the reputation of servicemen.
A pair of cases run into a legal roadblock at the country’s high court.
Authorities say the pair provided support to a rebel militia, while rights groups believe they were arrested for showing reporters a war-damaged church.
The country’s minister of disaster management reacts to allegations made by 17 Rohingya women in a BenarNews report.
The coalition of four ethnic armed groups says it wants delegates from China and Myanmar’s largest rebel militia to attend the talks as witnesses.
Some say they saw loved ones killed before their eyes.
Authorities are investigating their deaths as murders in the violence-ridden area of northern Rakhine state.
Seventeen of 54 women tell BenarNews they were sexually assaulted by Myanmar security forces.
The country’s commander-in-chief’s office says the rebel militia directed illegal logging activities from the base.
Premier Najib Razak warns that Islamic extremists could use the situation to radicalize members of the Muslim minority group.
Yanghee Lee also meets with the chairman of a commission probing the situation there to find out the group’s investigation methods.
The lawsuit is the latest round fired in the legal war against opposition party leader Sam Rainsy.
Kuala Lumpur will host a meeting of foreign ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on Thursday.
They fear that authorities have detained two leaders from a religious group for showing journalists damage from clashes in northern Shan state.
The prime minister wants to strip a rival of an important title as opposition legal issues deepen and bribery accusations fly.
The judge granted Din Puthy bail, but he faces travel restrictions over the incident.
But civil society organizations says the reduction is an example of the country’s legal double standard.
Residents of three communities protest the government’s lack of action over their land claims.
The internally displaced persons from Kachin state are stuck on a road in a conflict zone.
Seventeen people tell an opposition lawmaker the national interest trumps their freedom.
Slayings had nothing do with violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, Selangor police chief says.
They will try to reduce tensions over the influx of Muslims that have poured over the border to escape violence in northern Rakhine state.
Yanghee Lee, who is on a 12-day visit to the country, makes stops at refugee camps before heading to Rakhine state.