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Myanmar

Myanmar troops' northwest push fuels humanitarian crisis

A man holds up a photo of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a demonstration on Nov. 19 organized in New Delhi by the Chin R...

Myanmar junta court postpones verdict in Suu Kyi incitemen...

Ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi faces trials on a series of charges, including incitement, violating coronavirus restrictions, and cor...

Make or break for ASEAN to matter in Myanmar

The Myanmar national flag (center) is seen with flags of member countries attending the 35th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (...

Suu Kyi on her first verdict in Myanmar's junta trial

Myanmar has been in turmoil since the February 1, 2021 coup, with nationwide protests and more than 1,100 people killed by security f...

Myanmar’s army is fighting a multi-front war

Credit: Robert Bociaga Black clouds twisting from the fire soar far into the sky, obscuring the mountains. Below, the hil...

Myanmar junta arrests medics for treating 'terrorists' in...

Myanmar's military has arrested 18 medics for providing treatment to patients who were members of "terrorist organisations". Troops ma...

DBS denies service disruption linked to Myanmar treasury b...

DBS and POSB users with Singapore-based accounts were affected after services were disrupted on Tuesday.ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG...

China warms up to Myanmar’s generals

Myanmar armed forces chief Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing waves during the inauguration of a new military coast guard in Yangon, Myanmar...

Myanmar's release of U.S. journalist cannot erase sham con...

Released American journalist Danny Fester writes on a document at the Naypyitaw International Airport on Nov. 15: Myanmar's judicial...

Myanmar minister says 'there is no torture' of protesters

In an online interview on Nov. 16, Myanmar Information Minister Maung Maung Ohn, claimed pro-democracy protesters are not subjec...

Some civilian politicians are working for Myanmar’s murder...

Before the Burmese army took power in a coup last February, Aung Naing Oo was a well-spoken civil servant widely praised for spear...

Special ties with a special army

On Wednesday, the chief of the Nepal army (NA), General Prabhu Ram Sharma, was accorded the rank of an honorary general of the Indian A...

UN’s ‘deep concern’ at Myanmar fighting between Rakhine re...

The UN security council has expressed its “deep concern” about unrest in Myanmar and called for an “immediate cessati...

Myanmar charges US journalist with ‘terrorism’ and seditio...

Danny Fenster, 37, is the managing editor of Frontier Myanmar [File: Courtesy of the Fenster Family/ AFP] A US journalist detained...

Myanmar military accused of blocking aid to displaced civi...

More than 100,000 people have been displaced in Karreni state amid fighting in the aftermath of the military coup on February 1 [Fi...

India’s Approach to the Myanmar Crisis and Public Diplomac...

Prime Minister meets Aung San Suu Kyi, State Counsellor of Myanmar on sidelines of 35th India-ASEAN summit in Bangkok November 03, 20...

UN says over 3 million in Myanmar need 'life-saving' aid

A woman teaches internally displaced children at Pu Phar Village, Demawso Township, Kayah State on June 17, 2021. (AP) The UN huma...

Myanmar seaman who jumped off ship to seek asylum in New Z...

The man got off the log ship Paovosa Wisdom in Turanganui-a-Kiwa/Poverty Bay on Monday night. Photo: Gisborne Herald/NZ Herald A M...

Attacks on civilians in Myanmar ‘crimes against humanity’:...

The February 1 coup followed November elections which Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy party won overwhelmingly...

More than 500 rights groups urge UN to stop Myanmar army o...

Civil rights groups are calling on the United Nations to take swift action to stop violence in Myanmar [File: Ann Wang/Reuters] Mo...

No progress in journalist’s case as ex-US envoy leaves Mya...

Former US Ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson (left) meets with military chief Min Aung Hlaing (right) in Myanmar's capital Naypyida...