They are posting notices on the walls of homes in townships in Rakhine state to show their objection to the administration’s order banning the use of the term ‘Bengalis.’
Commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing says the army will work to ensure the success of the government’s key peace initiative.
The report, to be issued Thursday, says the Southeast Asian nation has failed to eradicate the use of child soldiers.
The report by a women’s organization chronicles torture inflicted by the government army upon ethnic Palaung civilians in volatile areas of Shan state.
The United Nationalities Federal Council will organize the meeting for participants to hammer out their positions before a major conference with government peace negotiators.
A dispute leads to a mob attack in Thuye Thamain village and forces Muslim residents to seek shelter in a local police station.
Myanmar’s de facto leader says she is trying to ensure that the laborers’ fundamental rights in Thailand are protected.
The memorandum of understanding will make it easier for Myanmar migrants to work legally in Thailand and offer them protection from abuse.
Yanghee Lee is on her fourth mission to observe the country’s human rights situation especially that of the minority Rohingya Muslims.
Authorities have informed news outlets to refer to the minority group as the ‘Muslim community in Rakhine state’ during a visit by a United Nations envoy.
She will address concerns about the status and risks of Myanmar laborers who work in the neighboring country.
Aung San Suu Kyi admonishes state and regional officials for taking their authority to extremes by shutting down betel nut vendors.
Its main finding is that the money in question did not belong to the Myanmar Gems and Jewellery Entrepreneurs Association.
Leaders of the armed groups discuss how they can participate in the upcoming meeting to bring permanent peace to the country.
Myaing Kyee Ngu and his supporters have been transporting trucks and bricks to Saint Mark Anglican church in Karen state.
They want their race and religion shown on ID cards that will make them eligible to apply for full citizenship.
Government representative Tin Myo Win will sit down with leaders from the two rebel groups to get them on board for a major peace conference.