An investigation by an anti-government Myanmar broadcaster finds evidence that it says shows the country's military regime has begun a programme to develop nuclear weapons.
The International Court of Justice rejects the Myanmar military junta’s challenge of the case against the country for its role in the Rohingya genocide.
A general strike begins in Myanmar despite warnings by the Tatmadaw that further confrontations could cost lives.
Myanmar extends their restrictions for another 15 days until December 15, according to an announcement made by de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in the country. The current restrictions are due to end on November 30.
A few hundred pro-government protesters gather in Myanmar's commercial capital Yangon, condemning Rohingya militants as well as perceived foreign interference in the Rakhine conflict.
A magnitude 6.9 earthquake strikes Myanmar 396 kilometers (246 miles) north of the capital, Naypyidaw, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A landslide near a jade mine in northern Myanmar kills up to 60 people with more than a hundred missing.
Myanmar's Thein Sein and the Philippines' Benigno Aquino III ink trade agreements including those that involve renewable energy, mass media, and visa-free travel.
President of Myanmar Thein Sein grants amnesty to 93 prisoners. Some prisoners are reported as prisoners of conscience and political prisoners. [http:--www.sunherald.com-2013-04-23-4613756-myanmar-leader-amnesties-93-prisoners.html (AP via "Sun Herald")]date=August 2019
The European Union lifts all sanctions and trade embargoes on Myanmar excluding arms trade and other trade of equipment that could be used for internal repression, citing the improvement of political freedoms.
2013 Thailand refugee camp fire: The death toll from a fire in a Thai refugee camp for Karen refugees from Myanmar rises to 37 with more than a hundred injured.