The Vimutti Women Organization urges the ‘acknowledgment of injustices’ under the military junta.
Security forces find homemade guns in remote area of Mayu mountain range in Rakhine State.
Accounts belonging to Myanmar traders in Yunnan Province are closed in Chinese authorities’ crackdown on gambling, money laundering and illegal trade.
Supporters of U Wirathu mobilize in retaliation to recent criticism of ultranationalist Buddhist monk and Ma Ba Tha.
The newly minted division has established two 24-hour hotlines to which women can file complaints.
Peng Jiafu, the younger brother of Peng Jiasheng – the leader of the MNDAA – dies from lung disease at 81.
Squatters open a fraud case against the Aung Yadana village development committee for selling them land already owned by the government.
Some miners hide in the jungle in order to risk working the abandoned mines of Tanai Township.
Court grants bail to two men who led prayers commemorating the six-year anniversary of the reignited civil war in Kachin State.
A witch doctor who fatally beat three children is sentenced to death plus seven years in prison.
Authorities seize heroin and 100,000 methamphetamine tablets in two urban wards in Sagaing Division’s Monywa Township.
Myanmar is the eighth-largest refugee-producing country in the world, according to the UNHCR with more than 490,000 refugees hosted mainly in neighboring countries.
Seized paddy field demands 90 million kyats per acre, pastureland 70 million, and farmland 50 million, according to a township official.
An event in Yangon marks the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Alliance of seven northeastern ethnic armed groups demands joint negotiations, govt peace commission says such a meet is unlikely.