A company canceled plans for a public consultation regarding an offshore supply base after local residents in Myanmar's Mon State planned to protest the meeting.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi makes donation to new temple in Shan State at event organized by ethnic Pa-O National Organization.
New estimates from local aid groups say nearly 100,000 people have been displaced by escalating violence between Myanmar’s military and the Arakan Army in Rakhine State.
Three civilians, including one monk, detained by the military in Rakhine State in September haven’t been heard from since and their families aren’t allowed to visit them.
Ethnic parties say UEC’s plan to allow workers to vote in their place of employment after just 90 days of residence will hurt the parties’ chances at the ballot box.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is scheduled to join a Buddhist donation ceremony this week hosted by the Pa-O National Organization, a former ethnic armed group.
Shelling rocked residential areas of Lashio, Shan State on Saturday in what the Myanmar military says was an attack by the Ta’ang National Liberation Army.
Arakan Army says its forces killed a Myanmar military battalion commander and six soldiers in a mine attack; Myanmar military denies attack occurred.
Teacher, monk among civilians injured in Kutkai as violence between the Ta’ang National Liberation Army and the Myanmar military continues.
Violence between Myanmar military, Ta’ang National Liberation Army in Shan State stops traffic, damages a school in Kutkai, where the TNLA says the military used tanks.
Myanmar military says it won’t ‘negotiate with terrorists’, declines AA’s offer to swap detained security personnel for suspected AA associates now in military custody.
An artist has criticized the EU for renting real estate from the family of military dictator Ne Win and for allegedly failing to respond to war crimes in Myanmar.
Kachin lawmaker Maran Ja Seng Hkawn, daughter of a Kachin revolutionary, talks about the challenges facing Myanmar’s democracy and its prospects for federalism.
Rakhine lawmakers are raising questions about authorities’ decision to detain and interrogate 21 civilians taken hostage by the Arakan Army after they were freed Tuesday.
The Arakan Army has released 25 civilians abducted from a ferry in Rakhine last week but is still holding an unknown number of security personnel hostage.