- 3 military soldiers rob couple near Nawady Bridge in Bago
- Hotel staff falls 8 storeys to his death
- Mandalay advocate-general promises swift trials for suspects in Meikhtila riot cases
- Many poor-quality drugs imported illegally into Myanmar: Trade Minister
- Vandals try to stir up trouble, flee when police arrive
- Man arrested in Rakhine murders
- Thai couple face raft of charges over torture and enslavement of child
- Officials seek common ground to combat slavery in Mekong region
- Hackers using local ISP to attack accounts of Eleven Media staff
- One injures, one disappears in a boat capsize in Yangon
Three privates from No 75 Light Infantry Unit of the military robbed a couple as they were approaching the flat near Nawady Bridge in Pyay, Bago Region at about 10.30 pm on April 23.
Last Updated on Friday, 26 April 2013 21:22
A staff from the Park Royal Hotel in Yangon's Dagon Township fell to his death from the 8 storeys building yesterday morning.
Last Updated on Saturday, 20 April 2013 23:31
Many low-quality prescribed drugs are being illegally imported into Myanmar together with those with adequate standard legal drugs, the minister for trade and commerce said at a health-care show on February 22 in Yangon.
Last Updated on Sunday, 24 February 2013 01:12
Four people who allegedly burned a Buddhist monk alive during the Meikhtila riots and three people, including the owners of New Weint Sein gold shop, who allegedly started the riots, will go on trial within a few days, Mandalay Region’s advocate-general said.
Last Updated on Friday, 05 April 2013 00:43
A group of men destroyed stalls near the site of a religious school in suburban Yangon on Tuesday night, following a clash on Sunday when the school was partially dismantled by municipal authorities and local residents for breaching a permit granted to repair it.
Last Updated on Friday, 22 February 2013 10:27