Yanghee Lee wraps up a trip to Myanmar lamenting restricted access and allegations of intimidation of her sources by the state.
Aircraft entered thick cloud, hit by sudden crosswinds, concludes probe.
Mon State chapter receives orders to investigate township committee.
Villagers line up to tell reporters of military abuses during a rare media visit to conflict-torn Rakhine State.
Reporters on a rare press trip to the area return to state capital Sittwe.
Some local residents learned how to hunt the elephants after joining poachers in the past.
City transport authority replaces buses on the route after deadly accident.
Estimated 80,500 children under age of five need treatment for acute malnutrition in next year.
After attending a trial, seven men request a police escort, and the new head of the station reportedly assigned an unarmed private to accompany them.
Gang attacks group of seven men in downtown Sittwe.
The Irrawaddy talks to Lawi Weng’s fiancé about her requests for his release, and her plans for their wedding and future together.
Thai authorities crack down on illegal workers after changes to labor laws.
Three local journalists, including The Irrawaddy’s Lawi Weng, are being charged under Article 17(1) of the Unlawful Association Act.
Three reporters detained at an undisclosed location will be charged under a statute against ‘unlawful association’ and risk up to three years in jail.
Myanmar’s military has arrested seven people, including three journalists, for alleged connection with the TNLA in northern Shan State.