The bodies of three Kachin men who were arrested by the Burma Army are returned to their families after undergoing post mortems.
The UWSA remains steadfast in its stance that the current ceasefire agreement needs to be amended regardless of Burma Army statements to the contrary.
U Zaw Htay says commitment to ‘non-secession’ created major impasse in talks between government, Tatmadaw and NCA-signatory armed groups.
Footage appears to show several Tatmadaw members beating and kicking three men as at least six unidentified men are handcuffed and questioned.
A Pegu Division court sentences Ma Sandi Myint Aung, a USDP supporter, to six months in prison for Facebook posts she shared in 2016.
Representatives from the TNLA and KIA say further engagement with State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi appears promising.
The security sector discussion reportedly centered on just one principle: the existence of a ‘sole’ Tatmadaw.
In this story from 2014, Bertil Lintner explores Wa history, identity and politics, and how this ethnic group is portrayed in Burma.
Groups tell civilian and military leaders to give UN investigation into abuses in Shan, Kachin and Arakan states unfettered access.
After guns and ammunition are allegedly found on one property, women from three households are detained.
Muhammed Furkan Sokmen is forced to leave the country after he and his family are detained at Rangoon International Airport for 24 hours.
Police will renew a search for a key figure in the high-profile murder of the NLD legal adviser, last seen in Naypyidaw.
Local businesses in Lashio, Shan State share letters allegedly showing Ta’ang National Liberation Army demands for protection money.
Police say a card forged using technology from abroad was used to withdraw 1.5 million kyats from Ayeyarwady Branch No. 1 in Moulmein over three months.
The State Counselor’s jade necklace, worn to a peace conference dinner, attracts style praise alongside criticism of resource exploitation.