A Rakhine villager says Myanmar troops shot his baby boy dead while they were returning to their village after fleeing fighting in December.
The Bangladeshi army is building a $24.6-million fence along Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar to ‘protect the Rohingya… aid workers and other Bangladeshi officials.’
Activists and residents disagree about whether an Irrawaddy dolphin found dead in Mandalay Region this week was killed by electrofishing.
A mine blast in Buthidaung Township, Rakhine State killed four children and injured six others on Tuesday. The Myanmar military has blamed the Arakan Army.
At least 170 passengers on a Ukrainian airliner have been killed when the plane crashed after taking off from Tehran's Imam Khomeini airport; Iran state TV says technical problems were
An express bus carrying migrant workers to Thailand crashed into a car on the Asia Highway in Myawaddy and fell into a ravine on Friday morning.
The Border Guard Bangladesh force is deploying missile systems and gunboats to St. Martin’s Island, just off the coast of Cox’s Bazar and Myanmar’s Rakhine State.
Japanese Ambassador Ichiro Maruyama says the Myanmar military did not commit, or intend to commit, genocide in Rakhine State.
In one of many suits against them, four performers from the Peacock Generation thangyat group have been sentenced to one year in prison for criticizing the military.
Zau Bauk is a carpenter in Kutkai, Shan State. In late August, as the military fought with ethnic armed groups, a shell hit his home, killing his wife, son and daughter.
The Union Parliament has seen heated exchanges about charter amendments between National League for Democracy and military-appointed members.
Protesters in Hong Kong throw petrol bombs and set fires outside court buildings following otherwise peaceful march.
The leader of Myanmar’s Catholics, Cardinal Charles Bo, has called on the international community not to punish the entire nation for crimes against the Rohingya.
A four-day exhibition at the Secretariat is looking to address contemporary issues through art, poetry, film and discussions.
The Kayah State government has appealed to increase the prison terms of six Karenni youth imprisoned for calling government officials political criminals and traitors.