Facebook user Yex Nang Song Nyi Nyi offers a glimpse into a mysterious park in Wa Special Region, where children can explore retired aircraft.
Ethnic parties say the Election Commission has ignored their concerns over a proposed legal change that would make it easier for Burmese workers to vote in ethnic states.
The United Wa State Army’s new chopper is strictly for ‘personal and leisure’ use, the rebel group’s spokesman told The Irrawaddy.
With the help of the UNHCR, the wife and children of the leader of the Arakan Army will be resettled in Switzerland from Thailand.
The Karen National Union denounced a Tatmadaw general’s claim that they are taking the “narrow view” of the military’s project to expand a road in Karen State.
A Kachin pastor who spent two weeks in jail for celebrating Kachin Revolution Day said the order to release him and his colleague ‘came from the top’ of the military.
The Shan State Progressive Party says it is considering signing the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement this year if it will move Myanmar towards political reform.
The Karen National Union and the Myanmar military are struggling with military tensions over road construction in Karen territory as they work to build a stronger ceasefire.
The government and 10 ethnic armed groups have agreed to convene the Union-level Joint Ceasefire Monitoring Committee next month after a yearlong delay.
A helicopter with the Union minister for social welfare and the Rakhine State chief minister aboard was shot Wednesday as the two went to visit an IDP camp.
Rakhine State’s parliament speaker called on the government to increase aid and allow humanitarian organizations to provide food for those displaced by armed conflict.
Ethnic Shanni communities in Sagaing Division are speaking out against a move by an ethnic Naga politician to add land to the Naga Self-Administered Zone.
An ethnic Rakhine delegation led by a senior Arakan National Party member met with Myanmar’s military chief Thursday, prompting questions from the Rakhine community.
The Arakan Army and the Myanmar military are trading blame as yet another shell strikes a village, this time injuring 21 young students at a school in Buthidaung.
The Myanmar military has denied accusations that it fired on Karen villages in early February, claiming it fired only on a Karen National Liberation Army Brigade 5 base.