Generation 88 leader tells audience that the media should not smear democracy activists in the name of impartiality.
A group of wheelchair athletes has cycled from Rangoon to Mandalay to promote the International Day of People with Disabilities.
Seventy-six-year-old activist Thaung Nyunt had campaigned relentlessly against the confiscation of her land and that of her community, right up until her death on Friday.
The All Burma Monks’ Union say Buddhist monks at the scene of riots in Mandalay on Tuesday night had helped diffuse the situation, not enflame it.
Police officers are lining the streets of Mandalay after violence between Buddhists and Muslims broke out on Tuesday night.
Panellists on DVB discuss corruption in the drug industry and ask how known drug lords have been able to operate without arrest.
Aung San Suu Kyi launches the State of the Tropics report in Rangoon, which reveals just how crucial the regions are to the world’s future.
DVB Debate discusses why forced labour and trafficking in Burma are so widespread and debate how to end modern slavery in the country.
A group of residents living in Rangoon’s Thilawa have travelled to Tokyo to lodge a formal complaint to Japan International Corporation Agency.
In an effort to improve relations between the police and the public, the EU will provide further training in crowd control and human rights to the Myanmar [Burma] Police Force and help roll out community policing courses.
Archaeologists in central Burma’s Pegu region have discovered what they believe to be the ruins of an ancient religious site, which could date back to the Pyu era.
As the media industry enjoys newfound freedom following the lifting of censorship, Burmese celebrities have more opportunities to engage with topical issues and voice their opinions to their fans. DVB Debate discusses the growing influence of Burmese celebrities.