A Tatmadaw unit opened fire in a Rakhine village Thursday afternoon, injuring four civilians—including a 9-year-old boy—and damaging a government school.
After years of working with EAOs in the east, the Christian relief group run by an ex-U.S. marine has found a new mission in Rakhine; AA leader has ‘no objections’
Armed group abducted the construction workers in late March, accusing them of spying for the Myanmar military.
Maj-Gen. Htun Myat Naing denies links to ARSA, says he doesn’t underestimate the abilities of the Tatmadaw. He welcomes China’s role as peace broker, and foreign investment if it
Shells fell near civilian homes during a clash between the Arakan Army and the Myanmar military on Wednesday.
The Arakan Army and Myanmar military offer differing numbers of the dead and injured in ongoing clashes that broke out Sunday afternoon along the Laymyo River.
President’s Office toll puts AA deaths at about 100; no word on Tatmadaw casualties
An official from Min Thar Taung village and his neighbor were detained without charges, locals say—the fourth and fifth detainment from the village in recent weeks.
Myanmar Human Rights Commission members and local lawmakers are speaking to relatives of seven villagers that died after the military detained 275 in northern Rakhine.
Peace Talks stall between the Tatmadaw and Northern Alliance factions over the safety and setting of future meetings.
The victims were part of a group collecting timber in an area of Kyauktaw Township where the military had fought with the Arakan Army two months previously.
Kyauktaw Township villagers report injured civilians and the death of a 10-year-old girl amid fighting between the AA and government troops.
A Rakhine village official was arrested and his goods were seized Thursday by Army troops, who claim he aided AA rebels.
Army denies AA’s claim to have killed 4 soldiers in separate clash in Ponnagyun
Their alleged admissions come after eight days of interrogation during military detention in northern Rakhine State.