The 45-member constitution amendment joint committee will suspend their meetings for about one month and resume on April 22
The Arakan Army (AA) has attacked a civilian vessel, setting fire to it and abducting the crew members in Paletwa town, Myanmar's western Chin state
The invitations also said that Myanmar’s military would discuss the temporary unilateral cease-fire that it declared in December 2018 in five of its command regions
Fortify Rights urged ARSA, a shadowy insurgent group of ethnic minority Rohingya Muslims active in northern areas of Myanmar’s Rakhine state, to stop committing atrocities
The Arakan Army (AA) has taken 11 Myanmar Army soldiers prisoner and seized their weapons following a weekend clash in Chin state’s Paletwa township
A deadly weekend assault by an ethnic armed group on a police outpost in western Myanmar’s violence-ridden Rakhine state left nine officers dead and two others injured
Bangladesh spends U.S. $300 million monthly to host Rohingya refugees, its foreign minister said, explaining why the country would no longer take in more people from the stateless group
Ukrspecexport, Ukraine’s military import/export agency, has signed a joint venture agreement with Myanmar for the construction of an armoured vehicle assembly plant
The United Nations human rights envoy on Myanmar has decried the “pervasive nature of hate speech” targeting Islam and Muslims by government officials and school textbooks
The new parliamentary joint committee tasked with amending Myanmar’s constitution will review 48 basic principles of the charter, including the powerful military’s role in politics.
As the political reconciliation is underway in Myanmar, Shan State Army-South (SSAS) chair, Lieutenant General Yawd Serk, hopes China will play a greater role
Buithdaung is one of several northern Rakhine townships where the Myanmar military has engaged in clashes with Arakan Army (AA) troops in recent months.
Two police officers were killed, and two others were injured when vehicles in a police convoy hit a mine along the main road in Ponnagyun township of Rakhine state.
The bloc of appointed military legislators, who hold 25 percent of the seats in parliament, put forward eight representatives for the 45-member committee
The Arakan Army (AA) is preparing to meet the challenge from the Tatmadaw or the Myanmar Army
U.N. aid agencies are seeking $920 million to provide lifesaving aid for more than 900,000 Rohingya refugees who fled violence and persecution in Myanmar and crossed into Bangladesh.
People from Kachin State shout slogans and hold placards during a protest held to show opposition to the Irrawaddy Myitsone Dam project in Myitkyina, Kachin State
Concern over escalating violence in Myanmar’s Chin and Rakhine states continues to grow, with civilians reportedly forced to flee
Myanmar’s full parliament approved a motion to form a committee to draft amendments to the constitution, despite strong opposition by military legislators
Due to hostile, mountainous terrain and porous nature of the border, some incidents of infiltration were reported during the last three years

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