Each side accuses the other of violating bilateral ceasefire; no one injured in the fighting
Reports suggest Defense, Home Affairs ministers are about to retire
Meeting aims to resolve key deadlocks facing peace process, Arakan Liberation Party says
The Anti-Corruption Commission has stepped up its activities, but the Constitution shields defense services personnel from its investigations.
Dozens of stakeholders swap ideas with government officials at informal talks in Yangon
In the past, outside pressure has only caused the military to dig in deeper; and there is little support for Rohingya within the country.
RCSS denies detaining missing troops, says they probably deserted their posts
Critics see decision to air film on anniversary of coup as an attempt to legitimize its takeover—and as a warning that it could happen again.
Already wielding considerable political power under the Constitution, and with the NLD making itself more unpopular by the day, why would it?
Pattern of violations committed by Tatmadaw in Rakhine has been directed at other groups for many years, group says
Three charged over comments relating to plight of Kachin IDPs who were trapped by fighting in April and May.
There is little evidence that the government was involved, but the damage to the democratic transition has been done.
Bans draw mixed responses; gov’t insists it had no part in the decision and looks to dispel any misunderstanding that could harm national reconciliation.
‘Dare to Rebel’ posters are too harshly opposed to the Union government, the military says.
Youth network says Ta’ang group earlier accused woman of being a Tatmadaw informant; her family denies the claim.