Army is stopping the ‘unlawful acts’ of ethnic rebels, say military representatives.
Army informs New Mon State Party to limit military parades in uniform to its party headquarters.
This week marks the 29th anniversary of the ’88 uprising, but, as this 2013 article explains, those responsible for the deaths are yet to be named.
Yangon court grants U Kyaw Min Swe bail in military defamation case.
With the Myanmar Army chief back in Japan this week, The Irrawaddy revisits this article tracking his first official visit to Tokyo in 2014.
Editors, journalists, and a lawyer weigh in on the Tatmadaw banning the usage of military ranks for non-state groups.
Washington makes case to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and military chief Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing.
Three locals are held for ransom in northern Shan State, according to reports.
Aircraft entered thick cloud, hit by sudden crosswinds, concludes probe.
Both sides suffered injuries, says a spokesperson for the ethnic armed group.
Reporters on a rare press trip to the area return to state capital Sittwe.
Three reporters appear in court to establish trial date.
Parliamentarian blames Myanmar Army and police for ‘failing to protect’ locals of Tamu Township.
Journalists file a complaint with the police against the intrusion.
Civilian casualties reported as conflict escalates in northern Shan State.