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Myanmar

Myanmar troops at border: Bangladesh prepared for any situ...

Against the backdrop of continued deployment of troops by Myanmar near the border, Bangladesh is fully aware and prepared to face any s...

‘Attacks on civilians continue in Myanmar’s Rakhine'

A top UN official on Monday said the attacks on civilians continue in Myanmar’s Rakhine province even three years after the milit...

Myanmar casualties may represent war crimes: UN's Bachelet

The U.N. human rights chief said on Monday that three years after a Rohingya exodus “no concrete measures” on accountabilit...

Myanmar genocide criminal case should now be ironclad

The recent confessions by military personnel involved in operations against the Rohingya in Myanmar reveal clear “genocidal inten...

How Myanmar army runs a global business empire to finance...

The military in Myanmar has a finger in every pie. And that includes the government. The military has the power to veto major political...

3 years after exodus, Myanmar erases names of Rohingya vil...

Three years ago, Myanmar’s military burned the Rohingya village of Kan Kya to the ground and bulldozed over its remains. Last yea...

EP removes Aung San Suu Kyi from Sakharov Prize community

The European Parliament has removed Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from the "Sakharov Prize community" because of her "acce...

Myanmar polls likely to be subdued, with Suu Kyi win expec...

Myanmar state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi raising the flag at for the National League for Democracy party to mark the first day of ca...

Once foot soldiers in Myanmar's army, now potential witnes...

Two men believed to be deserters from Myanmar's army are in the custody of the International Criminal Court at The Hague after reportin...

Myanmar election: A fractured process

Workers pack T-shirts promoting Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy party at a printhouse in Yangon, 2 September...

Myanmar military deliberately spreading COVID-19 in Rakhin...

Arakan Army chief Tun Myat Naing The leader of a Rakhine ethnic armed group has accused the Myanmar government and army of &ldquo...

Why China wants Suu Kyi to win Myanmar’s polls

As Myanmar enters an election season, the economy, Covid-19 and issues of war and peace are expected to dominate the campaign trail dis...

Facebook must walk the talk on Myanmar

Last month, Facebook moved to block a bid by The Gambia in a US court, in which it sought disclosure of posts and communications by mem...

Myanmar military suggests election commission not hold ele...

Myanmar military, also known as Tatmadaw, has suggested the Union Election Commission (UEC) not hold general elections in five township...

Military ‘burns down’ Rakhine village in Western Myanmar:...

Myanmar’s military set a village on fire in Rakhine State’s Kyauktaw Township and killed two civilians on Thursday evening,...

China dominates bidding for Myanmar solar power plants

Chinese Sungrow Power Supply is one of three Chinese companies that together account for about a third of the bids generated by...

China eyes military footing in Thailand, Myanmar and Pakis...

Residents greet Adm. Miao Hua, then political commissar of the People's Liberation Army Navy, and other Chinese naval officers visiti...

Myanmar’s ruling party vows to reform military in election...

The National League for Democracy (NLD) said in its election manifesto, released late on Tuesday, that it will work to make sure the mi...

China's top foreign policy official to visit Myanmar

China’s top diplomat is planning to visit Myanmar this week, according to the Chinese Embassy in Yangon. The giant to Myanmar&rs...

Myanmar extends temporary entry restrictions to all visito...

Myanmar's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Saturday (Aug 29) announced an extension of the effective period of temporary entry restrictio...

Enforced disappearances plague Myanmar’s Chin state

The war between the Tatmadaw and the Arakan Army in Paletwa, one of Myanmar’s westernmost townships, has been raging for five yea...