Hundreds of thousands of people are in dire need of food, shelter and medical care in northern Rakhine State.
Yangon Heritage Trust travels to Mawlamyine to conduct inspection of heritage buildings with an eye to aiding conservation.
A trip to a burial site and other locations in Maungdaw was to be attended by 48 diplomats and journalists.
India’s military report of ‘heavy casualties’ sustained by the National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang.
The committee specifically objected to the terms ‘genocide,’ ‘ethnic cleansing,’ and ‘atrocities.’
Around 100 politicians, ethnic armed group leaders and civil society members have joined a stakeholders’ consultation in Thailand hosted by the UNFC.
China says it will stand ‘firmly’ with Myanmar as international condemnation over Rakhine rises.
On the 29th anniversary of the founding of the National League for Democracy, the party reaffirms its mission to the public.
Chief minister alleges there was an attempt to recruit anti-government mobs in Magwe to cause unrest in Rakhine’s Ann Township.
Overuse of imported pesticides is poisoning the soil and creating health problems for locals, say local farmers and land activists.
The govt statement says that 163 people were killed in the district from Oct. 2016 through Sept. 2017.
Facebook posts from Myanmar’s army detailing the opening phase of its crackdown last month on Muslim insurgents are no longer visible on its official page.
A 25-year-old woman from northern Rakhine State tells The Irrawaddy of killings, abduction and her escape from ARSA militants.
Nationalists from Mandalay region gather to support the state counselor and urge the international community not to interfere in internal affairs.
In conjunction with international fund, plan would see unused land turned over to would-be farmers and smallholders.