A 4 March court date awaits prominent military-man turned charity-worker Nay Myo Zin. His latest charge comes as a result of an unregistered protest held in the streets of Rangoon in January.
Musmeah Yeshua is Burma’s last remaining synagogue, and it has found a new lease of life as one of Rangoon’s biggest tourist attractions.
Up to 80,000 people living in a shantytown in Rangoon’s Dagon Seikkan Township have been declared illegal squatters and are now facing eviction.
Residents in Irrawaddy Division’s Henzada staged a protest demanding citizen rights, constitutional reforms and the abolishment of Article 18 of the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Law.
Miners at Tagon Gold Mine-1 in Mandalay division are calling on the government to adopt a Mining Law, to ensure safety standards and the protection of miners’ rights.
This week’s DVB Debate discusses the challenges that stand in the way of the country’s new business innovators.
Settlers from several villages in Rangoon Division’s Hlegu Township, have been forced off the land they are occupying, by authorities cracking down on squatting.
This week, DVB Debate discusses how to end corruption in Burma’s legal system.
Residents in Latpadung’s Kangon village are calling for the suspension of an acid factory, which locals say, is making them ill.