Tatmadaw’s True News Information Team will release findings when it has ‘comprehensive information.’
The EU and US are considering sanctions against military after offensive drives more than a half a million Muslims from the country.
U Zaw Htay has accused self-identifying Rohingya of misleading the international community over the mass migration of people.
Aid groups said on Thursday the total number of predominantly self-identifying Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh was now 502,000.
Welfare minister says govt plans to resettle refugees in northern Maungdaw Township, as Muslims continue to flee violence in Rakhine.
Vice President Henry Van Thio tells United Nations human rights violations would be dealt with ‘in accordance with strict norms of justice.’
In first public address since violence flared, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi told diplomats she was ‘concerned’ about the Muslim exodus to Bangladesh.
As Human Rights Watch asks for sanctions, Karen Women’s Organization calls military ‘war criminals’ and urges them to halt operations.
Local villagers complain that Ban Chaung coal mine—run by three Thai firms—is severely damaging the environment.
Khin Zaw Win analyses the worsening, bloody business-as-usual in Rakhine.
National security should mean acting to protect the life and property of all those living in the country, writes Aung Myo Min.
The outgoing chief served in the position for 19 months in which large-scale security operations were twice launched in response to militant attacks.
‘Women have their own rights, and not because they are given by men,’ says a co-founder of the Myanmar Women’s Self-defense Center.
Myanmar’s human rights commission presents its findings to the defense ministry.
Shagun Gupta looks at gender equality in relation to age.