The lawyer for the widow of Par Gyi, a reporter who was killed in army custody in 2014, said he would try to get the case reopened.
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Military-appointed members of Burma’s parliament say that introducing a new role equal in power to the president would be unconstitutional.
Opium production, long a problem in Kachin and Shan states, is now appearing in parts of Chin State affected by conflict on the Indian border.
Burma’s new Construction Minister Win Khaing has announced a plan to close more than half of the toll booths on the country’s roads.
A journalist reflects on what Burma’s historic handover of power means for her as a citizen, and as a member of her profession.