Case opened against Burmese edition editor U Ye Ni under the Telecommunications Law; journalist granted bail, requests Press Council intervention
Many seem to think that Myanmar's civil war would surely end if all armed groups would only sign the NCA. But the NCA does not deliver what they crave most — self-determination.
Ma Kay Khine Tun is the 5th member of Peacock Generation detained over the New Year’s show
The NSCN-K says it has written to the government and military asking for help in freeing 11 members of the group the military detained in March, but has yet to hear back.
Sen-Gen. Min Aung Hlaing says development schemes will benefit the rural poor.
Police accuse the rebel group of abducting the relatives in an act of terrorism. The Arakan Army claims it was rescuing the relatives from a military bombing run.
Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing’s visit comes two weeks before State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is due to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping during the second Belt and Road forum.
A squadron of around 20 Myanmar military troops were killed after being surrounded by Arakan Army rebels in Buthidaung Township on Friday.
Since the March 24 vote, figures linked to a "democratic front" of opposition parties say they have come under increasing pressure from police and the military.
Nang Pu was release Friday after serving four months for defaming the military over a protest to support families displaced by the civil war. Two colleagues remain behind bars.
The Arakan Army says the eight men it recently abducted in southern Chin State were posing as company employees to gather intelligence on the armed group's activities.
On April 4, 1954, three politicians were tried for attempting to convince military chief General Ne Win to topple the U Nu government.
YANGON—A military officer from the Yangon Region Command has filed a lawsuit against movie director U Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi under Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law, a police
The government says it won't comment. Some lawmakers and armed groups say an extension past April 30 was unlikely to do much good.
As usual, most of Myanmar's ex-generals were among the invited guests at this year's Armed Forces Day events. But a few notable names were conspicuously absent.