‘Pretty words are not enough,’ SSPP spokesman says, but adds that his group will consider the proposal; TNLA scoffs at truce idea.
Gov’t officials question AA representatives about viral statement as NRPC meets with non-signatories to NCA in Naypyitaw.
The Ta’ang group, an ally of the Arakan Army, warns Tatmadaw to stop targeting Arakanese civilians
SNLD chief skeptical that NLD’s charter reform can succeed; he adds that Myanmar is ‘too weak’ to reject China’s BRI plans
Over 1,000 have fled villages in Ponnagyun Township following intensified fighting, raising the number of displaced in Rakhine State to 13,000.
Declaring a state of emergency or inserting more troops will not solve the root causes of the conflict.
Yunnan officials insist dam will benefit Myanmar, Kachin religious leaders say after meeting in Ruili
The missing ethnic Ta’ang have not been seen since fighting engulfed Mann Lee Village in Namtu Township on March 1.
A military major and his new wife had just moved to his duty station in Buthidaung Township when an explosive device detonated at their home, killing her immediately.
For some, an increase in clashes with the Tatmadaw is a fair price to pay for having a locally based armed force fighting for their rights.
Move reverses longstanding policy of only talking to the four EAOs separately
Shan armed group asks residents of Namtu Township to pay 25,000 kyats per household
Lawmakers who gathered reports from villagers and saw their bullet-riddled homes will demand and investigation into the raid in which one child died as a result of his wounds.
New restrictions on aid activities in the area affect pre-existing programs which had been giving vital healthcare, water, education and emergency services to those in need.
President’s Office insists details of discussions at Jan. 7 security meeting are confidential