Refugees being resettled in Karen State cross the Myawaddy-Mae Sot Thai-Burma Friendship Bridge and will be visited by state government officials.
Soldiers reportedly order villagers to abandon their homes in northern Arakan State, giving them just enough time to collect basic household items.
Dozens of displaced persons have returned to Arakan State’s southern Maungdaw Township but many more shelter in camps due to violence in the area.
Renovation and conservation work to nearly 400 earthquake-hit ancient temples and pagodas will start on January 1 of next year.
The NDAA expresses concern as the UWSA turns down a request from the Burmese govt to withdraw their troops from eastern Shan State’s Mongla region.
The witch doctor has been charged with murder, grievous bodily harm and destroying evidence, after confessing to beating the three children to death.
The situation on the ground and contrasting claims over village burnings have been difficult to assess due to continued media restrictions.
The Burmese government’s peace negotiation body plans to hold a national-level political dialogue—with or without all ethnic armed organizations.
An action plan to arrest and charge those forcing vulnerable children and the elderly to beg in Rangoon and Mandalay was drafted last month.
U Hlkawng Bawk was at his home in Shwe Nyaung Bin village of Waingmaw Township when Burma Army gunfire grazed his head and throat.
Vehicles found in violation of traffic rules are instantly clamped then towed to a government parking lot on Shin Saw Pu Street, Myaynigone Township.
A local environmentalist group is prevented from delivering food relief on suspicion that the supplies are intended for the Kachin Independence Army.
The Tibetan spiritual leader passed on the message during an interview on the sidelines of a conference in the Czech Republic capital of Prague.
Maj Saw San Aung’s DKBA splinter group has an estimated 200 troops and fights the Burma Army and Border Guard Force using guerilla tactics
In the wake of a fatal accident, Chief Minister U Myint Naing promises ‘effective’ legal action against ferry operators who violate restrictions.