Col. Min Than, a former Lower House military lawmaker, is set to become the new border affairs and security minister in Rakhine State on Friday.
The report accused a public-private partnership program led by Myanmar State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi of contributing to international crimes against humanity.
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Rakhine State lawmaker U Tun Tha Sein said locals will not be able to trust a court of inquiry containing only military officials.
Thayet Tabin village administrator U Ba Saw, 47, found stabbed to death in his shop
Police looking for 2 men seen leaving home of GAD official in Minbya Township
In video message to Arakanese community, he warns Tatmadaw will pay ‘eye for an eye’ if it continues to mistreat civilians
"If they want to destroy our land [Rakhine State], we should destroy their [the Bamars’] land. If they offer peace, we will welcome it as warmly as we can," said Tun Myat Naing.
Residents of several villages in Ponnagyun Township, including entire population of Pyinnagyi, displaced
A spate of high-profile arrests and a rising crime rate are putting the prospects for a lasting peace in Rakhine State at risk.
Youth group demands release of Arakan lawmaker, scholar during Suu Kyi’s visit
The UN’s fact-finding report says Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is indirectly involved due to her government’s covering up of crimes committed by the military.