Rohingyas in a remote village of Maungdaw Township found the body of a missing 11-year-old girl Wednesday morning. They believe she was raped and killed.
Over the course of four days, 752 residents of southern Chin State fled to safety in urban areas as clashes between the Tatmadaw and Arakan Army move further north.
Refugees in Cox’s Bazar criticize UN, ASEAN for not including them in discussions on return process.
Eighty-eight years ago today, the Burmese-language Thuriya newspaper published a photograph that stirred the nation and rippled to the halls of the British Parliament.
Shells fell near civilian homes during a clash between the Arakan Army and the Myanmar military on Wednesday.
Prison authorities say Ko Tun Myint Win died due to alcohol withdrawal syndrome but his family believe he was tortured while in detention.
Sen-Gen. Min Aung Hlaing reduced sentences of seven soldiers after group of citizens submitted petition on their behalf.
As the U.S. government restricts large swaths of Western trade with the Chinese tech giant Huawei, Myanmar opens its arms to the company for future digitalization.
Second Rohingya man was also injured in the explosion, which may have been a landmine blast, near their village in Kyauktaw Township on Tuesday.
Kyauktaw Township villagers report injured civilians and the death of a 10-year-old girl amid fighting between the AA and government troops.
The woman was working on her tea farm when two armed men with guns approached her and raped her at gunpoint.
The Major once arrested on suspicion of helping to abduct and torture several journalists has been rehired to investigate the Easter bombings.
Buddhist Nationalists gathered around and stormed into buildings lawfully hosting Ramadan services in South Dagon Township, shutting them down until further notice.
One in four Korean youths, shying away from foreign-occupied blue collar work, remain jobless, while companies like Japan Inc snap up desperate Korean college grads.
Ferry operator, 36, was returning to his home in Kyauktaw Township; Army says he was an AA member who had attempted to kill soldiers with a landmine.