The National Unity Government said it held friendly discussions with the powerful armed group, which governs large areas of Rakhine State.
Yesagyo Township residents flee as around 100 regime troops raid villages.
Heavy clashes have been reported in southern Shan State with resistance groups claiming to have killed numerous regime troops.
The Pekon People Defense Force says it killed 15 regime troops, including a major.
A resistance fighter says they no longer have the weapons to repulse raids by regime forces.
The Blood Money Campaign has sent an open letter to Washington saying sanctions on oil and gas would halve junta revenues.
Khun Tun Oo, the former Shan Nationalities League for Democracy chairman, has died of natural causes after a lifetime working to establish a federal democracy.
Regime troops reportedly raided a resistance outpost in Sagaing Region.
Regime opponents say the two homemade rockets were planted by the junta.
A Yangon PDF ambushed a military convoy and the regime retaliated by rounding up civilians.
The KNU/KNLA’s rejection comes days after another of Myanmar’s main EAOs, the KIA, refused to attend; both groups cited the talks’ failure to include all stakeholders.
A deadline has expired for Chinese-run copper mines in Sagaing Region to cease operations.
The app was developed by US company Apps Web Social LLC, which listed them on the App Store and Play Store on behalf of the junta.
NUG federal affairs minister and vice-chairman of the Chin National Front Dr. Salai Lian Hmung discusses why Myanmar junta can’t be trusted.
The regime’s plan to hold a poll is just a ruse to extend its time in power for as long as possible.