We’ll stop targeting police when EU guarantees force has stopped oppressing Arakanese civilians, group says
Ethnic groups are last to be consulted, first to suffer when dams and other projects are implemented, panel hears on Day of Action for Rivers
Trust between ethnic groups is breaking down, monasteries have become IPD camps and people are being forced to join ethnic armies.
The police officers were killed after refusing to surrender the station to AA rebels in Ponnagyun Township, in this second attack of its kind so far this year.
Outstanding photo essays on themes including conflict and the environment honored as part of Yangon Photo Festival.
ANP-dominant Rakhine parliament votes down military proposal calling for public support of army following heavy losses. AA suggests referendum to measure actual public support.
Suspicions mount that the Indian army, in sending troops to the border at Chin’s Paletwa Township, is working with the Myanmar military in its efforts to quash the AA.
Naga group rejects Tatmadaw’s claim it is sheltering Indian rebels
Since the Insein Battle of 1949, Myanmar has been a battleground for scores of ethnic armed groups each carrying out their own resistance mission and fight for greater autonomy.
Residents held for questioning as troops search Ohn Chaung village after clash with AA
Citing a video that went viral online on Saturday, State media have announced that a mid-week attack by ARSA on a police van in northern Rakhine State injured six.
U Zaw Htay says AA ‘not excluded’ from peace process; gov’t is prioritizing assistance to IDPs in Rakhine
A headline on recent AA attacks referring to ‘Rakine Buddhist Rebels’ was taken down, but observers say it highlights the dangers of irresponsible conflict coverage
National Defense and Security Council members, including State Counselor and Army chief, join key officials to draw up long- and short-term plans
Lawmakers, activists and ethnic representatives hope for progress in 2019, but the events of recent years temper their expectations with caution