Freed after 67 days in detention, The Irrawaddy looks at the most pivotal moments during the arrest and imprisonment of three journalists.
Local villagers complain that Ban Chaung coal mine—run by three Thai firms—is severely damaging the environment.
Unlawful association case officially over for The Irrawaddy and Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) reporters.
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Southeast Asia Patrick Murphy will land in Myanmar on Sept. 18.
UNFC says Muslim militant group in Rakhine will not be included in ‘all-inclusive’ peace talks.
Myanmar representative to the UN says ‘crimes against humanity’ and ‘ethnic cleansing’ carry very serious connotations.
Charges under the Telecommunications Law remain to be dropped against the editor despite having been withdrawn by the military plaintiff.
Some 2,600 acres of land confiscated by the defense military in 2000 was returned.
The UN urges Myanmar authorities to end violence that has forced some 400,000 people to flee to Bangladesh.
The stifling role of the army along with domestic and international pressures put Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in an intensely difficult situation.
Leaders say it would be wrong to criticize the government over this issue as they are working hard on democratic transition.
Opposition parties reject advisory commission’s report.
Despite violence ravaging northern Rakhine, local govt plan to establish an economic zone in a joint venture with seven Myanmar businesses this year.
A six-week campaign to deter betel chewing and inform of its adverse effects is launched.
Islamist group behind the Sept. 11attacks urge Muslims around the world to support their fellow Muslims in Myanmar with aid, weapons and ‘military support.’