Myanmar govt and KIO sign 7-point agreement
After three days of peace talks in Myitkyina, the Myanmar government peace delegation and ...
35 arrested over religious riots in Lashio
Thirty-five people are arrested and detained by Lashio police for their involvement in communal rioting.
Trans-Myanmar pipeline ready for trials: CNPC
Chinese backers say the pipeline is now complete and ready for trial operations.
Getting tough on religious violence
EDITORIAL—We must arrest and prosecute those who committed and instigated religious violence to ...
KIO reluctant to sign ceasefire
Kachin rebels insist that political conditions are met, but govt wants ceasefire signed first.
Myanmar can quadruple economy by 2030, say consultants
McKinsey Global Institute says Myanmar has the potential to grow its economy by 8 percent every year.
Security beefed up in Lashio following riots
Five security groups have been deployed, following a meeting between town leaders.
Twelve army tanks pass through Taungyi Township in Shan State on 30 May 2013, en route to the conflict zone in eastern Shan State.
Ooredoo wants in on Myanmar telecoms action
Qatar-based company has announced bid to enter telecoms race.
Religious riots in Lashio turn deadly
One man killed and four injured as Buddhist and Muslim mobs wreak havoc in Shan State for a second day.
Why Myanmar Matters to the USA
EDITORIAL—Myanmar finds itself in the middle of a tug-of-war between Washington and Beijing.
Yesterday once more for EU-Myanmar trade ties?
As sanctions are dropped, Mizzima speaks to the SMEs who are reaping the benefits.
1,100 drugs suspected arrested in Mekong campaign
Arrests made since April by the joint-police forces of Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and China.