A mortar exploded in a tea plantation in Shan State Tuesday, killing one civilian and wounding another; some say the mortar was left after fighting in the area last month.
A group of 30 Rohingya, who were caught in Ayeyarwady Region in a single SUV, have been jailed or sent to schools for two years after failing to produce ID.
Six Rohingya, including two teenagers, have been jailed in Magwe Region because they lacked permission to leave their Rakhine State township.
A motorcyclist in Kyauktaw has reportedly been shot dead by government troops. The military says civilians must stop when told to.
The Myanmar army arrested 14 Ta’ang civilians in Shan State on Monday and forced them to walk with them on the frontlines; the last two were released on Thursday.
Electric scooter tragedy in Singapore spotlights difficulties of regulating the devices as Asian cities try to rein in gridlock and congestion caused by regular vehicles.
Members of the Rakhine State parliament are calling on the Myanmar military and Arakan Army to avoid fighting near residential areas and ancient heritage sites.
Violence has broken out again in Shan and Rakhine states, with ethnic armed groups expressing surprise at the Myanmar military’s refusal to extend its ceasefire.
In protest at the Rohingya crackdown in 2017, the City of London Corporation has suspended an honor it bestowed on State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi earlier that year.
Authorities found a wild elephant poached and skinned in an Irrawaddy Region forest reserve on Sunday. Estimates suggest fewer than 2,000 elephants are left in Myanmar.
Two Myanmar military soldiers were sentenced to 20 years in prison for desertion after allegedly killing seven civilians in Karen State and now await trial for murder.
Rebel group denies it was in Oo Yin Tha; some local residents say the Myanmar military entered the empty village and torched all the homes.
No one was hurt when an engine failure caused a Y-8 military plane to skid off the runway, but inbound flights from China and several ASEAN nations were held up an hour.
Twelve still at large after arrest warrants issued for protesters who demanded return of land seized by military; local residents lament lack of help from govt.
With ongoing fighting between the Myanmar military, or Tatmadaw, and armed ethnic rebel groups in their own backyards, villagers in northern Shan State’s Kutkai Township fear for