The President's Office said Major General Maung Maung Soe, the former head of the military's Western Command, was still being investigated for his operations in northern Rakhine St
Ultra-nationalist monk Wirathu says his anti-Muslim rhetoric has nothing to do with violence in Rakhine, as he emerges from one-year preaching ban.
“Taking an uncompromising attitude will invite more problems and it will be the people who bear the brunt,” says U Aung Moe Zaw.
National Security Adviser Thaung Tun said charges of ethnic cleansing and genocide were very serious and should not be bandied about lightly.
The Myanmar Embassy in D.C. said the museum was misled after it revoked the State Counselor’s Elie Wiesel Award.
Military alleges British lawmakers influenced EU’s ‘one-sided’ recommendations
Lower House member says government’s relocation of Kaman to Yangon violates proposals in Annan report
The USDP says Aung Zaw Win, detained on Wednesday for allegedly helping to fund ARSA, has had no ties to the party since his term as a USDP lawmaker ended in 2015.
Scholars at Chiang Mai conference stress need for all perspectives to be heard
The ANC says police have detained about 20 people over Saturday's bomb blasts in the Rakhine State capital and arrested seven, including one of its own members.
A series of bombs exploded at three government sites in the capital of Rakhine State
Govt and other reports show that fewer than 80,000 remain from a pre-crisis population of nearly 770,000
Maj-Gen Aung Soe told the Upper House that the money, from the president's emergency fund, would go to building another 18.5 km of barbed fencing and related infrastructure.
The EU will start preparing sanctions against some generals over killings of Rohingya Muslims by calling on the bloc's foreign policy chief next week to draw up a list of possible
The UN's human rights envoy to Myanmar will deliver a keynote address at an international conference meant to push Europe's leaders to do more for the beleaguered Rohingya.