Lawmakers elect Win Myint as one of three vice presidents, positioning the Aung San Suu Kyi favorite for a win in next week’s presidential vote.
The city's police department warns it will revoke the all-important 'hukou' registration of overseas Green Card holders from May 1.
Officials are ordered to tighten control over online video and audio, including user-generated contact, as the ruling party takes direct charge of all media.
A 45-nation group urges the UN Human Rights Council to take action on Cambodia, citing a 'deteriorating' situation.
Nga was not permitted to see her family because she "has not cooperated," authorities tell her partner during unsuccessful prison visit.
Officials say those born post-1980 are ‘violent’ and susceptible to ‘extremist’ influence.
Tariffs would have a 60-day consultation period, while U.S. trade chief pursues WTO action on Chinese technology policies.
Amnesty International calls for urgent action to release rights lawyer Yu Wensheng, or to allow him visits from lawyers and family.
The weapon, a pistol, was found in an extra bag carried aboard by a North Korean worker returning home.
A court official says Zaw Win insulted the judicial system.
They say the Chinese and Myanmar operators of the project have not acted responsibly.
Xu Qin, who worked for human rights groups founded by detained veteran pro-democracy activist Qin Yongmin, may now face a lengthy jail term.