Family members speak out against police claim that retired policeman killed his wife and sons before committing suicide.
Parliamentarian blames Myanmar Army and police for ‘failing to protect’ locals of Tamu Township.
Family members of Lawi Weng and U Aye Nai, who are imprisoned in northern Shan State, say their loved ones are ‘in good health.’
European Union says right to freedom of opinion and expression is ‘human right guaranteed to all.’
Ta’ang National Liberation Army among groups that resign at UNFC conference.
Township police chief suspects attack is related to the arrest of seven people, including three ethnic Ta’ang, under unlawful association act.
The Irrawaddy briefs you on the week that was in the national legislature.
Myanmar press members and civil society groups in Yangon call for the release of jailed reporters and the repeal of the online defamation law.
Journalists file a complaint with the police against the intrusion.
Authorities in Paung Township are searching for five escapees who attacked a police officer with a hammer to escape.
Thai authorities crack down on illegal workers after changes to labor laws.
Former chief military general U Hla Htay Win says govt must reject UN fact-finding mission and use of the word ‘Rohingya.’
U Kyaw Zeya from the foreign ministry says ‘no reason’ to let the UN mission come to investigate human rights abuses in Rakhine, Kachin, and Shan states.
Legal experts and members of the press denounce statements made by NLD senior member U Win Htein.
Three journalists, including The Irrawaddy’s Lawi Weng, are accused of breaching the Unlawful Associations Act for reporting on an ethnic armed group.