atau cari berdasarkan hari
A Myanmar court sentenced a filmmaker to one year in prison for Facebook posts that criticized the military.
India has handed over 250 prefabricated houses it built in Myanmar's Rakhine state to help tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslim to return.
Thousands of protesters marched in Myanmar demanding speedy and transparent justice in a child-rape case.
Myanmar President Win Myint said 9,353 prisoners, including 16 foreigners, had been pardoned.
Indian police on Tuesday arrested 31 Rohingya Muslims stranded on the border after they were denied entry into Bangladesh.
Eighty Rohingya refugees from Myanmar were stranded in Pulo Aceh, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam on Sunday, April 7.
Human Rights Watch reports stated that there are evidence of an ongoing ethnic cleansing against Rohingya ethnic in Myanmar.
Myanmar military junta has arrested approximately 2,000 people for political reason.
Violence against Muslim often occurs in the country since March 2013.
I am just a freedom fighter, not political leader.
Time magazine Asia's July 1st cover story explores the rise of aggressive, nationalist Buddhism in Myanmar.
Thein Sein said he thought a nationwide truce was possible for the first time in six decades.
Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon said this step would strengthen national reconciliation and the truce in Myanmar.
Myanmar's army has freed 96 children and young people from its armed forces, the United Nations said Saturday.
Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is allowed to reopen clinics except in Rakhine.
The Rohingya Muslim minority have lived under apartheid-like conditions in Rakhine State in western Myanmar.
Through a television broadcast, Thein Sein said that martial law would be imposed in the Kokang self-administered region for three months.
The party of Aung San Suu Kyi will contest the general election even if there is no change in the constitution to allow her to become president.
Reporters got caught in the middle of a violent confrontation between Police officers and demonstrators were assaulted, two were detained.
A Myanmar court sentenced two reporters to two months in prison on charges of defamation