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.
Three local journalists, including The Irrawaddy’s Lawi Weng, are being charged under Article 17(1) of the Unlawful Association Act.
Govt, intelligence sources claim continued militant activity in hill locations, while ARSA denies international links.
Myanmar’s military has arrested seven people, including three journalists, for alleged connection with the TNLA in northern Shan State.
With falling military sales to China, Russia now sees Myanmar as a gateway to the lucrative Southeast Asian market, writes Ko Ye.
A statement to villages’ heads orders residents to remain in their communities.
Some miners hide in the jungle in order to risk working the abandoned mines of Tanai Township.
Workers desert the mines of northern Kachin State, as the KIA and Myanmar Army prepare for conflict.