UPDJC secretariat member U Khin Zaw Oo vents apparent frustration with EAOs’ decision to boycott formal talks.
Tatmadaw’s refusal to recognize troop deployments of AA, TNLA, MNDAA leaves prospect of progress on political front bleak, Maj-Gen. Tun Myat Naing says.
After years of working with EAOs in the east, the Christian relief group run by an ex-U.S. marine has found a new mission in Rakhine; AA leader has ‘no objections’
Armed group abducted the construction workers in late March, accusing them of spying for the Myanmar military.
The Rakhine education department has as of yet no figures for the number of schools shut or students or teachers displaced by conflict as the new academic year kicks off.
Over the course of four days, 752 residents of southern Chin State fled to safety in urban areas as clashes between the Tatmadaw and Arakan Army move further north.
An Arakan Army report claims that over 1,000 Myanmar military troops have died in recent fighting, a claim which the military rebuts.
Self-described humanitarian aid group, which Tatmadaw accuses of training EAOs, says it is already helping IDPs in Rakhine.
MNHRC not ready to release details of investigation, says report contains recommendations for avoiding civilian casualties, displacement.
KNU chief says aim of Chiang Mai meeting of PPCM was to move peace process forward; Tatmadaw says Bangkok attaché, not commander-in-chief, asked Thai army to intervene.
This week, Dateline and guests discuss the need for the Tatmadaw to end its involvement in affairs political, economic and administrative.
Maj-Gen. Htun Myat Naing denies links to ARSA, says he doesn’t underestimate the abilities of the Tatmadaw. He welcomes China’s role as peace broker, and foreign investment if it
Forty-five village administrators in northern Rakhine have resigned and demanded that the Tatmadaw stops conducting arbitrary arrests and interrogations in the conflict-riven regio
Shells fell near civilian homes during a clash between the Arakan Army and the Myanmar military on Wednesday.
Armed group denies the impressive show of force it put on in April to mark its 30th year indicates a desire to act as a ‘parallel government’.