On tonight’s bulletin: Reporters, students freed from Thayarwaddy, more arrests in Rangoon White-arm band movement at Maha Bandoola Park Large Chinese loan to pay for new police vehicles, equipment Deadline…
Nyan Lin Tun of Myanmar Post and Phyo Aung Myint of Reporter are released from Tharawaddy prison, as are nine students detained after crackdown in Letpadan.
Canberra is to donate US$2.5 million to UNICEF for the protection of children in Burma from sexual and physical violence, and human trafficking.
Government accounts of promises and apologies are false, say monks who were detained following Leptadan fracas.
Election Commission announces an enrolment deadline of 30 April for those who wish to form new political parties to contest this year’s general election.
Parliament approve a loan from China’s EXIM, which will be used in expansion of Burma’s police force.