Around 300 villagers in Myanmar’s Shan state fled homes fearing renewed fighting between national military and ethnic armed groups seen approaching Namtu township.
Nearly 200 Hindu families displaced by violence in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state last year will be resettled from refugee camps to a village outside of near Aung Bala village, near Maungdaw.
Myanmar’s new commission of inquiry to probe reported atrocities in Rakhine state drew criticism from groups inside country who denied abuses took place.
The youth camps are part of UNFPA’s work to give young people in Myanmar a stronger voice in the country’s peace process.
With the Myanmar military pressuring all ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) to sign the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA), non-signatory EAOs formed a loose military alliance
Myanmar’s military said that all unused land it confiscated for decades from farmers has been returned to its rightful owners
In most areas the powerful national military and the ethnic militias remain at odds over the way forward on talks in the 21st Century Panglong Conference
Myanmar authorities are in talks with officials in Rakhine state to shut down four more internally displaced persons camps housing Rohingya refugees
China’s “Belt and Road Initiative” to build highways and bridges across Asia and beyond will provide a way to peace in Myanmar
Chief minister, Nongthombam Biren has given an assurance that resurvey of the border pillars would be held as a joint venture with committee on protection of Indo-Myanmar border
Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) Vice-Chairman Maj. Gen. Gum Maw said that it was premature to talk about the signing of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) or not
Seven armed groups have vowed to continue peace meetings with the government, saying that they will discuss the message delivered by Myanmar authorities
The Myanmar government opened the third round of its key peace talks on Wednesday in the latest attempt to make headway
Controversy has arisen over the alignment of the Indo Myanmar border with reports that Manipur has lost around three kilometres to Myanmar at Kwatha Khunou
The current controversy of boundary between India and Myanmar at KwathaKhunou sector in Manipur must be investigated and settled at the soonest says Imphal Free Press Editorial
Myanmar President Win Myint's office on Wednesday denied an opinion piece in a Thai newspaper that said the country’s military commander-in-chief threatened to stage a coup
Li Zhanshu, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), held talks with Myanmar's Union Parliament Speaker U Mahn Win Khaing Than
Myanmar President Win Myint's office denied an opinion piece that said the country’s military commander-in-chief threatened to stage a coup
State Counsellor explained to the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Envoy Ms. Christine Schraner confidence building between the communities requires patience and time
Authorities in Kachin state resettled 95 refugee families in newly built low-cost housing in Waingmaw township

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