Western institutions strip Aung San Suu Kyi of honors they once showered over response to the Rakhine crisis.
Displaced persons housed at Sittwe stadium to be moved to make way for football tournament
Climate-change efforts pay little attention to the needs and voices of tribal groups who have long lived in targeted areas
Mon and Karen state officials say ethnic language teachers have been without salaries for up to six months.
When pressed if he used the word Rohingya during a meeting with Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing, the Pope replied he used the words needed to get to the message.
Sen Gen Min Aung Hlaing praises troops’ actions in Rakhine; political comments criticized by analysts
“Discrimination will not just disappear by telling people not to discriminate. We must consider what causes discriminations in the first place,” said Ko Tin Ko Ko, chairman of Aye
They applaud Francis’ decision not to use term ‘Rohingya’ as promoting interfaith harmony
Proposal calls on Naypyitaw to give the state a bigger slice of the oil-and-gas pie
Mine owner and workers in Mandalay’s Yamethin Township stage protest, demand contract renegotiation.
Executive director of Tanintharyi Journal summoned by police after NLD politician takes offense.
Pathein locals call for help to drive a wild elephant from their village back to the forest.
Mine will remain closed until an investigation into the cause of the blast that killed eight people is completed.
The state counselor’s visit to China, her second this year, comes amid mounting international criticism of her government’s handling of the Rohingya crisis.
An AA spokesman alleges that the Myanmar Army recently launched a large-scale assault utilizing more than 30 battalions in Chin’s State Paletwa Township.