The cyclone hit Arakan State’s coast on Sunday, killing three people and causing damage to property across the country.
Arakan State’s Maungdaw is celebrating the water festival from April 17-20, and local Muslims say they have been told to stay away.
A quick round-up of the latest updated results of the weekend’s by-elections from the Union Election Commission.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s ruling party triumph in nine out of 19 available seats, fairing badly in Shan State constituencies.
Apparent reprisal killing puts spotlight on rising new threat to villagers’ safety; raises questions over policies on government-escorted visits.
A total of 19 regional and Union parliament seats are up for grabs in by-elections, but voters appear reluctant to cast their ballots.
Ata Ullah of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, who previously claimed responsibility for October border post attacks, denies links to foreign Islamists.
Local authorities say 18 cases of alleged abuse by security forces have been filed in Maungdaw.
A former village administrator, a religious leader, and a teenager are among 17 persons on trial over alleged illegal military training in Arakan State.
Delegation set to visit the locations of alleged human rights violations including the villages of Da Gyi Za and Kyee Kan Pyin.
The UN Human Rights Council in Geneva adopts resolution to send fact-finding mission with a focus on human rights abuses in northern Arakan State.
Seven of those detained are suspected of attending a military training camp in northern Arakan State.
An investigation committee criticizes the township level NVC securitization body for ‘wrongly issuing full citizenship’ to 22 Muslim residents.
Documents show 423 men and boys are currently detained under ‘Unlawful Association’ law in Arakan State, 13 of them are minors.
The Kofi Annan-led commission’s recommendations include the closure of IDP camps and better training for security forces.