NAYPYITAW—Myanmar’s top court on Tuesday rejected the appeal of two Reuters reporters sentenced to seven years in jail for breaking the Official Secrets Act, in a landmark case
In the past 2 years the UWSA has acquired a formidable military and become increasingly bold in asserting its claims of statehood.
Case opened against Burmese edition editor U Ye Ni under the Telecommunications Law; journalist granted bail, requests Press Council intervention
Peacock Generation group face charges under articles 505(a), 66(d) for satirical performance during New Year holiday.
Ma Kay Khine Tun is the 5th member of Peacock Generation detained over the New Year’s show
Group reportedly disappointed by absence of State Counselor, Army chief at celebration in Panghsang.
Members of armed student group detained while attending funeral; organization says Army violated terms of peace deal by arresting the pair.
Rights activist and director Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi had requested bail, as he suffers from liver cancer.
Sen-Gen. Min Aung Hlaing says development schemes will benefit the rural poor.
Armed group says it attacked police regiment because Tatmadaw is using it to shell mountains near the town; captain among those killed.
Recent reports suggest Myanmar’s largest armed group has been acquiring sophisticated new systems from China.
When I do it just fuels wild rumors, the former House Speaker says
Death threats will not dissuade journalists from covering the Rakhine conflict, but the authorities must take steps to protect them.
A squadron of around 20 Myanmar military troops were killed after being surrounded by Arakan Army rebels in Buthidaung Township on Friday.
Army vows to prosecute the pair, who are in detention; youngest victim was 18 months old