For a comprehensive solution to the crisis in Rakhine State, ARSA must face international pressure to end its violent ways.
Women's rights advocates are calling for legislation that better protects vulnerable women from rape — even the death penalty.
600 acres of farmland in northern Rakhine taken over by security force
Public reaction was fast and sharp to a suggestion from the Ministry of Home Affairs that parents urge their daughters to dress modestly to discourage rapists.
Myanmar’s democracy has entered a dark new period with the prosecution of journalists for doing their job.
A look at the decisions behind the power shift in the ethnic blocs as the peace process continues.
Despite signing of repatriation deal, almost 3,400 new refugees have joined the exodus in recent weeks.
The electricity and energy ministry will establish four liquefied natural gas power plants within the next three years.
Chill, modern Café Salween thoroughly deserves its Café of the Year award
Two of China's most famous and well-loved pop stars stole the show at state television's annual glitzy marathon show welcoming in the Lunar New Year.
The KNPP says it will let the military question its witness to the army's alleged execution of four men in Karenni State last year when it feels it is safe for him to do so.
Project calls for rail hub and high-rise commercial, residential complex.
Nu Nu’s bold depictions of Inle Lake and its surroundings can be viewed at 43 Art Gallery from Feb. 17-21.
Second Lieutenant Myo Ko Ko conceded during cross-examination that he was not familiar with procedural rules in Myanmar's police manual.
Stereotyping the views of the country’s Buddhist community only weakens progressive efforts at reform and strengthens the nationalists’ cause.