Reconstruction of events finds an attack on an Arakan village marks the start of a two-week military onslaught across about 10 Rohingya villages.
Police seize thousands of detonators during a search of the UWSA liaison office in Lashio, which the Wa claim was ‘unlawful.’
Ko Nay Min is arrested by Mrauk U police for planning the sports competition on the eighth anniversary of the formation of the Arakan Army.
U Thaung Tun emphasizes the government’s plans for development in Arakan State and downplays intl reports of crimes against the Muslim minority.
Signatories and non-signatories of the nationwide ceasefire agreement approve a guide to more autonomy at a conference in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The SSA-S, the armed wing of the RCSS, a signatory of the nationwide ceasefire agreement, clashes with the Burma Army in Shan State.
CCTV footage shows what appear to be 30 insurgents surrounding a Yala police booth and firing more than 500 shots inside the building, say police.
Allegations that some Karen leaders have become relatively well-off have given rise to legitimate questions from their constituents.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi makes the announcement on state-run MRTV.
Human rights commissioner calls for ‘overhaul of the system’ after data reveals 118 foreigners died in immigration detention centers from 2015-16.
Matthew J Walton looks at the controversy over a bridge in Mon State.
Aung San Suu Kyi and her government can show they are committed to the rule of law by cooperating and giving access to investigators.
Locals and police are injured near the Letpadaung copper mine when police fire rubber bullets at a roadblock.
Humphries’ excellent photos and their captions give a flavor to the area and the conflict not seen in any other work on the subject, writes Lintner.
Brig-Gen Tar Phone Kyaw of the TNLA—an ally of the Kokang MNDAA—rejects a defense ministry report claiming 28 Kokang casualties in fighting.