A statement to villages’ heads orders residents to remain in their communities.
Some miners hide in the jungle in order to risk working the abandoned mines of Tanai Township.
Court grants bail to two men who led prayers commemorating the six-year anniversary of the reignited civil war in Kachin State.
Myanmar is the eighth-largest refugee-producing country in the world, according to the UNHCR with more than 490,000 refugees hosted mainly in neighboring countries.
Reporters tackle a treacherous journey to Tanai town, as KIA troops clash with the Myanmar Army at the frontline.
Ma May Sabe Phyu shares her ambitions for a more equal Myanmar on the eve of her sabbatical in the US.
The ethnic armed group sentences a poppy grower to death and another to seven years imprisonment for shooting an anti-drug activist.
Religious leaders say the Myanmar Army is pressuring churches to evict families fleeing conflict in Kachin State.
Three Kachin men summoned to Myitkyina Township court after leading commemorations to mark the anniversary of renewed conflict in the state.
Around 950 people fleeing fighting in the Kachin State township continue to take temporary shelter at the churches and monasteries in Tanai town.
Demonstrators, including Karen and Kachin refugees, gathered in Toronto to protest Burma Army offensives and encourage demilitarization.
On the anniversary of the re-ignited civil war, a report and a global action statement highlight distinct perspectives on confronting injustices.
Township authorities ask those seeking refuge in Tanai to relocate to a village where clashes between the Burma Army and the KIA are frequent.
Do not travel along Mogaung and Hpakant roads at night, Kachin Independence Army leaflet campaign warns.
On the sixth anniversary of renewed civil war between the Kachin Independence Army and the Burma Army, Joe Kumbun explores the plight of IDPs.