Thailand tells UN envoy it will do everything possible to ensure that the situation in Myanmar moves in the right direction.
Thai authorities should intensify dialogue with all stakeholders to increase awareness of a draft law requiring NGOs to clarify their funding sources.
After their occupation of a Myanmar military camp near the Thai border, the KNLA’s spokesman says the rebel army stands with the pro-democracy protesters.
The airstrike follows an attack on a military base close to the Thai border by ethnic armed group the Karen National Liberation Army.
Two parallel governments were formed to challenge Myanmar’s earlier military dictatorships although the men with guns retained power.
Deputy Prime Minister Don assigned to join talks in Jakarta, government source says.
More movement curbs planned for red-zone areas as the country sees a record number of new cases.
The art and cultural event, including a concert, aims to raise awareness and money in aid of the anti-coup Civil Disobedience Movement and internally displaced people.
Christine Schraner Burgener will meet the Thai foreign minister ahead of trips to regional capitals; she is ‘ready to visit Myanmar any time,’ UN official says.
The KNU’s Brigade 5 spokesman Padoh Mahn Mahn says a framework is in place to establish a federal union and army, including the ethnic armed groups.
Miss Grand International Myanmar 2020 Han Lay will stay in Thailand as she would face persecution if she returned home after her on-stage plea, pageant organizers said.
Thai police confiscate thousands of live rounds and over a hundred grenades believed to be bound for Myanmar town of Tachileik.
2,000 Karen have taken refuge in Mae Hong Son Province in Thailand as the Thai authorities prepare for more refugees.
There is plenty of blame to go around, and all involved share a responsibility to resolve the crisis.
Thousands of Karen State villagers have fled their homes after airstrikes by Myanmar’s military regime.