Latest deaths occur as UN officials survey humanitarian needs in troubled western state.
Seven members of the Generation Peacock troupe are on trial for mocking the military in army uniforms.
Thirteen villagers and a local reporter now face possible jail terms.
The Arakan Army says the government military was firing indiscriminately, but local villagers say the army was hit earlier by a mine attack.
Kachin state struggles with chemical pollution and the destruction of natural habitats by banana growers.
Seven members of the Generation Peacock troupe were sued for mocking the military in army uniforms.
Military chief Min Aung Hlaing led the ethnic cleansing campaign against Rohingya.
The sites were closed amidst mob threats, despite being sanctioned by local officials.
The crowd was demanding compensation for lost land and a halt to an influx of Chinese workers.
Three journalists had faced criminal charges until a November 2018 deal in which charges were dropped in exchange for the apology.
Military thumbs its nose at the mission, citing support from Russia and China.
Aid organizations deliver food to refugees in Rathedaung, but are not allowed to meet directly with them.
IS cell planned to carry out slew of attacks during first week of Ramadan, police say.
Myanmar’s military announced causes of death which the family members say are false.
Inmates live-stream the violence and their demands to be included in a presidential amnesty.
Rights groups say accountability requires an independent probe of the Kyauk Tan village shootings.
Amnesty International welcomes the end of ‘a travesty of justice from start to finish.’
Criminal complaint against Rakhine media outfit underscores difficulty of covering conflict.
Survivors say soldiers shot sleeping Kyauk Tan villagers, while army says detainees tried to seize guns.
Local residents are not buying the army’s claim that captive villagers attacked the soldiers.
Spokesman says the controversial Myitsone Dam was not on the agenda at the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing.
They hold 275 men after freeing everyone but males between 15-50 on suspicion of Arakan Army ties.
The detained man’s lawyer says he was extracting cannabis oil for research.
The AA says government troop reinforcements in Rakhine state could lead to an escalation of the armed conflict.
The three villagers died in custody after they were detained as Arakan Army supporters on April 10.
The villagers were arrested in Letka village in Mrauk-U township on April 10.
Government says it has not been strict enough with mining companies that violate industry regulations.
Skirmish comes as 4-month ceasefire winds down, and April 30 peace talks are slated.
Safety rules are not followed or enforced, leading to continuing fatalities, local sources say.
Arakan Army denies military claim it is working with ARSA, a Muslim Rohingya militant group.