IDPs in Kachin State survive on edible plants and 300 kyats (US$0.22) per day.
The State Counselor’s Office defends its efforts to maintain peace and security in the region.
In light of last week’s attack on Rakhine villagers, Arakan National Party lawmakers request separation of ethnic communities in Maungdaw.
Three more are injured in the shooting in Kutkai Township.
It is the ninth wild elephant to be killed by poachers in the area since January.
The parents of slain ‘88 student activist Win Maw Oo explain why, in 2013, more than two decades after her death, they had not performed her last rites.
Improved relationship with Beijing brings plan to sell China’s surplus by connecting Yunnan to Myanmar’s grid.
Suspected militants allegedly fired on villagers near Mayu mountain range.
The State Counselor’s concerns of slowing economic growth could be behind shuffle of energy and deputy finance ministers.
National League for Democracy spokesperson U Win Htein’s health scare comes after a number of squabbles between ruling party and the military.
With the recent arrest of Ko Swe Win, The Irrawaddy profiles the journalists under attack for doing their jobs in Myanmar.
Amid uptick in violence in northern Rakhine, police discover three mutilated bodies and arrest man suspected of attending militant training.
Distraught family of four-month-old boy accuse hospital in Yangon of blunder.
Police arrest Ko Swe Win at Yangon airport.
Former housemaid returns home after abduction in Yangon, where she came to testify against a retired lieutenant colonel for alleged torture.