The US and UK governments expressed concerns over the recent jailing of the Unity Weekly journalists.
Members of a British team are getting ready to fly to Burma to search for MK14 Spitfires – believed to have been buried at the end of World War II.
UK minister warns that Burma’s oil and gas sector remains off-limits to EU companies, following rumours of Shell entering Burma
Dramatic increase in British aid to Burma to target healthcare and education sectors announced, but approach draws criticism
Top UK politicians condemn junta’s elections in public statements, with questions however still remaining over their own sincerity
BBC targeting young Burmese ‘who have never voted’ in initiative aimed at showing the world how elections are done ‘in a Western democracy’
Jun 12, 2008 (DVB), Burma's pro-democracy leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is to be awarded the freedom of the Scottish city of Dundee, it was announced on Monday. The[...]
Jun 4, 2008 (AFP)‚ Britain has pledged an additional 10.5 million pounds in aid for cyclone victims in Burma, taking the total to more than 27 million pounds. In a[...]
Feb 12, 2008 (DVB), The international community has given a mixed reception to the Burmese regime's announcement that a constitutional referendum will be held this year, followed by a general[...]
Jan 25, 2008 (DVB), The UK, US and French foreign ministers issued a joint statement yesterday calling for urgent progress towards democracy in Burma and improved human rights. The UK's[...]