The head of their textile factory agrees to rehire 30 workers sacked after demanding better conditions.
They urge Aung San Suu Kyi to show ‘evidence of your political commitment to treat us as equal citizens.’
Joint Working Group members plan to visit refugee camp in Ukhia.
A new flurry of stakeholder meetings is set for early November.
They say the withdrawal of tariff-free access to the bloc will lead to factory closures and job losses.
Jailing of Sittwe man for Facebook post meanwhile underscores the country’s fragile freedom expression.
UN rights official says Aung San Suu Kyi 'is in total denial' about well-documented army atrocities.
The country targets five commanders responsible for human rights violations committed by units under their command.
The request flies in the face of a Myanmar presidential directive that ordered officials to file a complaint with the Myanmar Press Council.
The sentencings are part of a wider effort to punish those responsible for two sets of attacks in the restive region in 2016 and 2017.
Both sides blame the other for the hostilities which left no casualties.
The disaster occurs as government authorities close down the congested camps and resettle the Muslims elsewhere.
Some say it’s unacceptable for the UN to subject Myanmar, as a sovereign state, to its decisions.
Win Myint issues a directive to the Yangon regional government that officials should pursue the case under the country’s Media Law.
A Bangkok court finds an army colonel and a navy captain guilty of human trafficking.
They want strike instigators rehired and legal action taken against hired thugs who injured 25 workers in violent attack.
They agree to the establishment of a single army and to extend dialogue to groups outside a key 2015 ceasefire accord.
The ethnic organizations want a federal Myanmar with autonomy, while the army demands a no-secession pledge.
They ask her to urge the UN to help prevent another attack in the region by Muslim ‘terrorists.’
The site will house 100,000 Rohingya now living in refugee camps in Bangladesh, officials say.
Aung Hla Tun, Myanmar’s deputy minister for information, says that recent actions taken against the media in Myanmar have tarnished the country’s image.
Christine Schraner Burgener's nine-day visit to the country includes a stop in Rakhine state.
Some say the government is moving too slowly to establish peace and stability in the troubled western state.
The Yangon regional government files a lawsuit against the trio for an article that criticized its business dealings.
The United Wa State Army says the talks among ethnic armies, Aung San Suu Kyi, and the military chief should include all groups.
The three Eleven Media Group journalists had published an article about the Yangon city budget.
The repatriation of Rohingya from India underscores continued suspicion of the ethnic group.
They will discuss principles and policies for a future federal system of governance.
The United Wa State Army is trying to ferret out ‘religious extremists’ in its territory.
Ye Htut says the case against Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo was handled improperly.