Deposed religious affairs minister Hsan Hsint has had a sedition charge added to legal proceedings filed against him by the government.
The Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business has found that the majority of domestic firms are unwilling or unable to disclose information on their own human rights standards.
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A family of five, including three children, were killed in a landslide triggered by a flood after several days of heavy rain in Kachin State.
The grandson of late Burmese dictator Ne Win revealed that he plans to purchase the majority of shares of Asian Green Development Bank, which is owned by Tay Za.
More than 200 ethnic representatives are convening in Rangoon to brainstorm an ethnic language curriculum, based on a modern communicative approach rather than traditional teaching methods.