In a speech marking the 25th anniversary of the founding of the National League for Democracy, Aung San Suu Kyi insisted the party’s decades-long struggle had been worth it.
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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.
Striking workers from the Home Shin cold storage factory closed down their rally site outside City Hall in Rangoon after successfully negotiating terms with the factory owner and officials from the Labour Ministry.
A landmark women’s forum has concluded in Rangoon, with a call for the 2008 constitution to be completely rewritten.
Aung San Suu Kyi says reconciliation was needed between the military and political groups and not just between ethnic groups for the country to move forward.