Worst hit is Rakhine state where tens of thousands of Muslims are living among the remnants of destroyed tents in internally displaced persons camps.
The Natural Fruit Co. had sued Andy Hall over a TV interview in Myanmar.
The men were detained after gathering firewood near their refugee camp, and their bodies bore signs of torture, sources say.
The victim is the second local administrator from Buthidaung township murdered by unknown assailants in May.
Representatives from seven ethnic armed organizations give her a book outlining their political stance.
The seven militias first meet with the government’s Peace Commission in a closed-door session on the sidelines of the 21st Century Panglong Conference.
A family of tailors in Yangon is accused of enslaving, stabbing, and burning teenage girls who worked for them.
The new round is focusing on political dialogue with ethnic armed groups.
The Arakan Army, Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army, and Ta’ang National Liberation Army will attend as ‘special guests.’
The Sangha says any breach of its order would lead to punishment under Buddhist and secular law.
They demand an apology from the ethnic militia and a pledge to help the families of those the soldiers killed.
They demand that officials help fishermen whose livelihoods are jeopardized by a fishing ban in the waters off the port town of Kyaukphyu.
A Buthidaung township administrator says the crime may be linked to extremists.
Caterer Aye Aye Soe had poured boiling water over a 14-year-old girl she accused of stealing oranges.
Citizens must apply for a certificate confirming their identities in order to vote in commune elections on June 4.
The Ministry of Environment says the NGO doesn’t acknowledge efforts to combat the problem.
A new report fingers a company owned by tycoon Kith Meng for the smuggling.
The editor-in-chief and satire columnist of The Voice Daily face charges for allegedly insulting the country’s powerful armed forces.
He rejects recent threats of violence by the ruling CPP, saying his is the ‘gentle’ party.
The shooting followed warnings to migrant workers not to enter the mining site to look for gems.
Kem Sokha says he reached out to Trump officials, lawmakers and the large Cambodian expatriate community.
Ma Ba Tha leaders say they have been falsely accused of participating in a melee between Buddhists and Muslims in Mingala Taungnyunt township.
Officers are still searching for two monks and another person said to be involved in the melee in Mingala Taungnyunt township.
The army will suppress any protests of a ruling party win in June 4 local elections, Tea Banh says on Sunday.
Monks hold press conference to defend their actions and urge officials to investigate the incident.
The civil society group says the ban is a violation of free speech and calls for its reversal.
He says similar violence is likely to descend on Cambodia if his party loses upcoming elections.
The move comes days after a nongovernmental investigative organization issued a report on Vietnam’s trade in illegal logs from Cambodia.
Police fire shots into the air to break up a confrontation between monks and local residents in Mingala Taungnyunt township.
The prime minister threatens an end to peace if his party is voted from power.