The state counselor offered govt assistance as a fire in Yangon worsened, threatening public health.
One Union Parliament member, two regional-level representatives in breach of party’s disciplinary, financial rules
Ethnic Kachin communities at home and abroad are urging the UN Security Council to refer Myanmar to the ICC, citing the military's latest offensive in Kachin State.
The Irrawaddy looks back at the major developments in the case of Reuters reporters Ko Wa Lone and Ko Kyaw Soe Oo since their arrest on Dec. 12.
“Such a reshuffle of commander posts is a very rare move for the Tatmadaw,” said U Maung Maung Soe, a Myanmar military observer.
New strategy needed to deal with army’s increasingly confrontational approach, Gen Baw Kyaw Heh says.
Police Cpt. Moe Yan Naing has been detained for over 120 days without family visits after being accused of passing secret documents to two reporters.
Overcrowding blamed after minor dispute escalates into brutal killing of prisoner
Evicted from police housing and with no income, Daw Tu asks top political leaders to intervene.
Northern Alliance says Tatmadaw offensive has pushed back two KIA battalions. A local church group says hundreds of villagers have fled their homes in fear.
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.
The team has been invited to examine the situation in Rakhine State months after requesting such a visit.
A rehab center in Yangon seeks to support drug users throughout their recovery and beyond.
Dr. Than Htut accused of seeking more than 150 million kyats in kickbacks from company constructing buildings for his agency