Myanmar government and military complain about misinforming photographs.
Civilian deaths, food shortages and a mass exodus plague northern Rakhine.
Human Rights Watch says Myanmar security forces deliberately set the fires.
Suspected bots and incendiary posts crowd debate on social media platform.
Thai PM Prayut Chan-ocha assures Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing that his govt will not interfere in Myanmar’s domestic affairs.
Delegation discusses troop deployment in Mon State and the NMSP’s involvement in the country’s peace process.
Nurses, teachers, and govt employees repeat calls to be evacuated by rescue teams from Maungdaw Township.
Some 38,000 Rohingya have crossed into Bangladesh in the wake of what is probably Rakhine’s deadliest bout of violence in decades.
Myanmar leaders do not need to sweat. They have a powerful friend: China.
‘Women have their own rights, and not because they are given by men,’ says a co-founder of the Myanmar Women’s Self-defense Center.
Hsipaw Court judge will officially drop the charges on Monday.
Charges withdrawn against six journalists, two activists in Myanmar.
Nurses, teachers and agriculture department employees say they have been left waiting for govt rescue in two villages in northern Rakhine State.
A joint report by the government and the World Bank says poverty rates have declined fastest in urban areas.
Food support for six camps on the Thai-Shan border will be cut off in October.