'Heaven and hell' side by side in Burma
Modern-day feudalism drives income inequality at Pun Hlaing Golf Estate.
Myanmar: Security forces stood by while anti-Muslim riots raged, says rights group
Myanmar is being urged to take action against the instigators of anti-Muslims riots.
Myanmar: 13 children killed in fire at Yangon Muslim school
A deadly fire broke out at an all-Muslim school in Myanmar's main city, Yangon, as sectarian tensions ran high.
Private newspapers return to Myanmar
Privately owned daily newspapers returned today to Myanmar's news stands, where they haven't been seen since 1964.
AP opens Myanmar bureau
The Associated Press is the first international news agency to open a bureau in Myanmar.
Myanmar's president says he is prepared to use force to stop rioting
President Thein Sein made the comments in his first public comments since last week's anti-Muslim rioting killed at least 40 people.
Suu Kyi watches Myanmar display its military might
Pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi attended Myanmar's Armed Forces Day celebrations for the first time this year.
Aung San Suu Kyi attends Myanmar Armed Forces Day parade for first time
In what's seen a highly symbolic gesture, pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi attended Myanmar's annual Armed Forces Day celebrations for the first time.
Myanmar imposes new curfews as violence spreads
Curfews have been imposed on three more towns in Myanmar as attacks on Muslim communities spread closer to Yangon.
Myanmar’s '969' crusade breeds anti-Muslim malice
Inside the monk-driven movement to divide Muslims and Buddhists.
Myanmar: Anti-Muslim violence spreads beyond Meikhtila
Sectarian violence that began in central Myanmar last week has now spread to at least three more towns.
Google chief to isolated Myanmar: the 'net will set you free
Eric Schmidt, the first big name in tech to visit Myanmar, sounded the call for free web access.
Camp fire in Thailand kills more than 30 refugees from Myanmar (Burma)
More than 30 refugees from Myanmar have reportedly died in a fire at a camp in northern Thailand.
Myanmar: Anti-Muslim riots inflame city near Mandalay
Analysis: The scenes are the outcome of brawls and arson attacks between Buddhists, the nation's dominant religion, and Muslims.
Google's Schmidt calls for free speech as he visits Myanmar
Google's chairman Eric Schmidt made a rare visit to Myanmar Friday where he advocated for a free and open internet.
Meikhtila: Myanmar town declares state of emergency
A state of emergency has been declared in the Myanmar town of Meikhtila after three days of violence between Buddhists and Muslims left at least 20 dead.
Where Aung San Suu Kyi is a tarnished idol
Villagers in this Myanmar town are distraught as the revered "Mother Suu" lawmaker defends the military’s China-backed copper mine.
8 questions for Charles Kernaghan: What are the world's most dangerous jobs?
Labor and human rights advocate Charles Kernaghan meditates on the world's most dangerous jobs.
Australia announces military aid for Myanmar during visit by President Thein Sein (VIDEO)
Hosting a historic visit by President Thein Sein of Myanmar, Australian announced Monday that it would be lifting some restrictions on military ties to recognize "critical reforms."
Are aid donors repeating mistakes in Myanmar?
Commentary: How to make aid to the impoverished country more effective.
China parades 'Mekong killers' on television before execution
Before executing four men convicted of murdering 13 Chinese sailors on the Mekong river, China state TV broadcast footage of them walking to the execution site.
Why Britain’s arrest of Nepali army colonel should serve as lesson for South Asia
Commentary: A rare example of bringing justice to those who torture detainees.
Myanmar: Kachin guerrillas turn down Suu Kyi's offer to broker peace
Why help from one of Asia's best-known dissidents isn't always welcome.
Aung San Suu Kyi offers to help negotiate Kachin conflict talks
Suu Kyi said she wants to help end the bitter conflict between the Kachin ethnic minority and Myanmar's government.
Thailand: How the cops failed a tortured girl from Myanmar
A maimed 12-year-old mishandled by police
Myanmar: Never-ending jungle warfare on China’s border?
Combatants fight for a region the size of South Korea rich with gold, jade and timber. But China and America have great stakes in this battle as well.
Myanmar government denies hacking journalist e-mail accounts
Government of Myanmar accused of covertly hacking Gmail accounts of multiple journalists, raising questions about media freedom.
On Location Video: Rocky path to peace in Myanmar's Kachin state
Emergency peace talks have begun after the Myanmar government violated a cease-fire with Kachin state rebels.
Myanmar forgiven $6 billion in debt, clearing way for aid
Nations free Myanmar of $6 billion in debt, lifting what one official called a "very distressful burden."
Japan helps Myanmar clear debts, qualify for new development loans
Japan has provided Myanmar with a bridge loan that enables the government to pay off $900M in overdue debts.
Myanmar military seizes key rebel outpost in northern Kachin state
Myanmar's forces have captured a key hilltop position from rebels, the latest in the ongoing bloody battle near the Chinese border.