Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has sought to downplay Indonesian concerns about his controversial new asylum policy during a diplomatic visit to Jakarta this week.
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More than 2,000 residents of Kale in Sagaing division have been evacuated as houses are swept away by the current.
Religious minister pledges not to destroy a revered Buddhist site at the Latpadaung copper mine.
The controversial China-backed Shwe Gas project sets a bad example for future investments in Burma’s extractive industries and should be suspended pending genuine regulatory reforms, a new report said on Monday.
DVB Debate discusses what needs to be done to reform Burma’s failing education system.
New import laws in Burma have led to a drop in car prices that has made cars affordable for ordinary people, but it is also putting former car dealers out of business.
Many displaced residents of the Meikhtila violence last March feel as though they have been forgotten.
Kachin groups have slammed a recent joint Burmese-American expedition to Gamlang Razi, southeast Asia’s tallest mountain
Despite the government signing the joint action plan children continue to be recruited into the Burmese army, according to Child Soldiers International.