A Rakhine village official was arrested and his goods were seized Thursday by Army troops, who claim he aided AA rebels.
The woman was working on her tea farm when two armed men with guns approached her and raped her at gunpoint.
Buddhist Nationalists gathered around and stormed into buildings lawfully hosting Ramadan services in South Dagon Township, shutting them down until further notice.
With EAOs and the government at a standstill in peace negotiations, what is the best way forward for Myanmar?
Chiang Mai summit of NCA signatories considers scrapping its Steering Team
Shortly after the collapse of the final round of meetings between government and anti-statue representatives, authorities in Loikaw have assigned security troops in the area.
The Myanmar government’s refusal to allow aid workers access to parts of embattled Rakhine State is costing the lives of their own citizens, Mueller says.
Karen group says two sides agree on need to resume regular political dialogue
A speech by the Kayah chief minister caused the rights activists to storm out of the latest round of meetings held to settle disputes over the statue of Gen. Aung San.
The armed wings of the SSPP and the RCSS have agreed to lay down arms and take to the negotiation table to settle their ongoing disputes over territory.
The United Wa State Army’s 30th anniversary peace celebration was a new spectacle of strength and autonomy, but their precise demands remain unchanged.
Yo Ya May supports 200 weavers in the remote hills of Chin and Rakhine states by selling their handwoven textiles in Yangon and beyond.
The NRPC met with Karenni activists for the second time on Tuesday, seeming to agree to the statue’s removal but failing to find a final resolution.
Karenni party, Loikaw gov’t agree to keep channels open at meeting attended by military, Union-level officials
After an April 29 clash over a logging project, KNLA and MNLA troops have found room for agreements and withdrawn from a tense area near the Three Pagodas Pass.