Arakan Army soldiers raid a front line post belonging to nationwide ceasefire signatory Arakan Liberation Army in Chin State.
A recent poll shows that Myanmar citizens prefer male candidates to females, even when they hold the same qualifications.
Group will ‘give clear answer in three months,’ says Mon chief minister.
Women and girls risk sexual harassment when they visit toilets outside of their homes.
Survey finds people in Myanmar are more worried about economic development than democratic reform.
Application for ancient city will be submitted next year, says official.
The World Bank approves support for a cement project involving a firm headed by Aik Htun, who was linked to the drug trade and money laundering in the past.
Bertil Lintner writes that Western involvement with Myanmar’s military is irrelevant and possibly harmful to the country’s democratic development.
Reshmi Banerjee reviews Jayde Lin Roberts’ book on the Sino-Burmese in Yangon.
The comments follow a statement by Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing that the struggle for ethnic rights must be handled through legal means.
The encouragement follows reports of attacks, accidents and inconveniences experienced by Myanmar teams and fans at the 29th SEA Games in Malaysia.
Bidhayak Das explores why India is rejecting refugees from troubled Rakhine State.
A year after 6.8-magnitude earthquake toppled temples in Myanmar’s ancient city, experts say restorations are on track.
Kofi Annan is in Yangon to release the commission’s final report.
Some 1,000 villagers in Mogaung Township, Kachin State return home after fleeing clashes between Myanmar Army and the KIA.