Watch today’s top stories with Angus Watson.
Obama and Suu Kyi were each circumspect on the state of Burma’s democratic transition as they met in Rangoon on Friday.
The lower house of parliament decides to continue using the “first-past-the-post” (FPTP) voting system in future elections.
Obama urges new generation to take the lead in business, education and climate change but speak out against religious intolerance.
Thein Sein discusses development with Japanese PM Abe; Burma, WHO partner in Measles-Rubella vaccination campaign; TEEMA to invest $456 million in southern Burma; Japan to lend $285 million for development…
Four hundred students marched against the National Education Law on Friday, as US President Obama spoke at Rangoon University.