Policy criticisms were cut from the government-allotted broadcast, two small political parties said.
Workers at private firms must work from home, while garment factories have been ordered closed for two weeks.
Politicians urge swift disclosure of facts, call on voters not to panic.
The United Wa State Army, the country's most powerful ethnic army, opens a four-year military academy.
'All in all, I estimate there are between 17,000 and 20,000 new IDPs,' says a local relief worker.
Many are killed in gunfights when Rohingya drug smugglers are confronted by police, Bangladeshi officials say.
An earlier, lighter wave of the pandemic mainly killed elderly patients with other ailments.
Children account for 42 deaths and about one in four civilians injured in the 21-month-old conflict.
The army announces a court-martial over atrocities against Rohingya starting before the end of the year.
USDP and smaller parties say ruling party will gain an unfair advantage if Nov. 8 poll goes ahead.
Michelle Bachelet cites disappearances, extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrests, torture, and deaths in custody.
A Rohingya camp leader says refugees are frightened by the movements, which some believe are aimed at preventing their return to Myanmar.
The Thai PM endorsed the overland option this week, in a blow to canal proponents.
Nearly 300 Rohingya refugees land in Indonesia's Aceh province after half a year at sea.
The resurgence hit Yangon last month, prompting widespread regional stay-at-home orders.
Legal experts say the charges on health law grounds are not relevant to the alleged offense.
Crowd limits, quarantines, and stay-at-home orders hamper candidates in the run-up to Nov. 8 polls.
The country wants the two privates returned to face investigations in Myanmar.
The army had earlier said the 36-year-old grandmother had fabricated the rape.
The two privates implicate themselves and 17 other perpetrators from the Myanmar Army.
Health workers say crowded war displaced camps raise risks of infection.
However, the refugees there since May want to move to the mainland to be closer to their community.
Witnesses say that a column of soldiers torched homes in two communities, forcing villagers to flee.
Four civilians have been killed and 20 injured in mortar shellings and shootings since Aug. 16.
The NLD says L Phaung Sho’s removal was driven by resentful MPs who were dropped from the November election slate.
Rohingya are not blocked from voting because of their race or religion, but because they're not citizens, Myanmar's election commission chairman says.
Yang Jiechi is seen as bolstering ties, pursuing goals with ASEAN, and reconfirming Belt and Road commitments.
Amid an ethnic war, some local Rakhine people see a propaganda campaign to scare them.
Phoe San says he was unaware that his army major son had joined the Arakan Army.
Officials cut access nearly a year ago after about 200,000 marked anniversary of Myanmar exodus.