Rights group’s event in Chiang Mai shut down; report highlights plight of IDPs fleeing Tatmadaw troop deployments in Luthaw Township.
Evicted from police housing and with no income, Daw Tu asks top political leaders to intervene.
Sexual assault on elderly woman latest example of military impunity, group says.
Two suspects admitted to poaching but two others got away, according to local police.
Dr. Than Htut accused of seeking more than 150 million kyats in kickbacks from company constructing buildings for his agency
Facebook can no longer turn a blind eye to the misuse of its network. Otherwise, it will be accused of being complicit in Myanmar's ongoing crisis.
Army chief cites the sentencing of seven soldiers for a massacre of Rohingya Muslim men that was the subject of a Reuters investigation as an example.
Defence lawyer to appeal; Suspects claim confessions were forced, key evidence overlooked
The recent arrests of eight Rohingya near the Myanmar border suspected of human trafficking are a reminder that those who have fled Rakhine State remain far from safe.
Some 2,000 Kachin remain displaced without sufficient food, as the Myanmar Army continues attacks against the KIA.
Air and ground forces deployed against Laiza, other bases in wake of Kachin Independence Army’s April 6 attack on Tatmadaw outpost
"You must come with me," Abdu Shakur told his wife. "If we stay here, they'll kill us all."
Rights groups say he was merely giving KNLA soldier a lift; note that KNU has signed the peace agreement
Bus careered off highway in Tak province just 5km from scene of last month’s accident that killed 20 Myanmar workers
Sources say despair and strife — and the fear of repatriation, or relocation to a desolate island — are driving Rohingya to flee Bangladesh's refugee camps, even the country.