- An ecstatic nation awaits Suu Kyi's historic election win Updated: Nov-09-15 9:35 am
YANGON, Myanmar - Voices rang out in unison Monday, as hundreds of jubilant people gathered outside the opposition party headquarters where images of Aung San Suu Kyi were being shown on large-screen TVs. Results from Myanmar's historic election were still not final, but opposition leaders were convinced of success and their supporters were celebrating.
- Myanmar president votes in 'military country' Updated: Nov-08-15 7:26 am
NAYPYITAW, Myanmar - President Thein Sein, the archrival of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, voted Sunday in Myanmar's grandiose capital, built from scratch by the military and symbolic of its half-century of iron-fisted rule over the impoverished Southeast Asian nation.
- Fortunetellers mixed on Myanmar's historic election Updated: Nov-07-15 6:36 am
YANGON, Myanmar - For many in Myanmar, fortunetellers play an important role, offering advice about everything from love and jobs to travel. A few also dabble in politics. With an eye on Sunday's historic general election, some street-side palm readers and astrologers are talking about the winds of change; others days of doom.
- Copycat logos in Myanmar's election: fair or foul? Updated: Nov-07-15 1:43 am
YANGON, Myanmar - Voters in Myanmar's landmark election will be stumbling into a virtual aviary Sunday when they see their ballot papers. And the confusion is ruffling political feathers.
- Myanmar's fledgling journalists gird for historic election Updated: Nov-05-15 2:01 am
YANGON, Myanmar - Their predecessors suffered torture, imprisonment and death at the hands of a die-hard military regime for more than half a century. Now, Myanmar's journalists - newly fledged, muscle-flexing but also still apprehensive - are challenged with the first general election since 1960 to be covered with relative freedom.
- Backlash against Muslims casts shadow over Myanmar election Updated: Nov-03-15 5:59 am
YANGON, Myanmar - The monk's hate-filled speeches have become a part of life in Myanmar. His fringe movement has moved into the mainstream. And now he has a new target: the once-untouchable Aung San Suu Kyi, who he says has failed to stand up against the threat he says Muslims pose to this country and its Buddhist values.