The National League for Democracy donates $15,000 to support schools for Burmese migrant children living in neighboring Thailand.
Burma’s Foreign Affairs Ministry rebukes a critical US Embassy statement on the Kachin conflict, saying that it “strongly objects and rejects” the Embassy’s remarks.
China denies a report that says it has been providing weapons to the United Wa State Army, Burma’s largest militia group.
The World Bank announces a long-awaited deal to allow Burma to clear part of its huge decades-old foreign debt, opening the door for new lending.
A key outpost protecting the headquarters of the Kachin Independence Army has fallen to government troops, according to a spokesman for the ethnic armed group.
The horrors of war don’t end on the front lines—and for many who survive, they will leave a devastating legacy that lasts a lifetime.
A senior US diplomat tells refugees at the Mae La camp on the Thai-Burmese border that the US has discontinued its resettlement program.
Protesters condemn remarks by a lawmaker from Burma’s ruling party calling for the use of extreme force to end the conflict in the country’s north.
Hundreds of small farmers in Rangoon Division are embroiled in a dispute with the USDP over loans that they took from the party.
Zaw Htay had been putting up with the unrest in Kachin State for years, but one recent morning a landmine blast dramatically changed his life.
Burma’s recently retired telecommunications minister and former and current employees from his ministry are under investigation for alleged corruption.
The health conditions of displaced Kachin villagers are deteriorating and diarrhea has spread among dozens of young children, killing three infants this week.
The recent visit to Naypyidaw by Karen National Union leaders was a PR coup for the government, but did little to advance the peace process.
The Burmese army and ethnic rebel continue to recruit child soldiers and some are being deployed in the escalating Kachin conflict, a rights group says.
Burmese authorities and the Kachin Independence Army level charges against each other amid fresh clashes across Kachin State.
A passenger bus swerved off the road in Arakan State and fell down a mountain slope on Wednesday, killing people 14 and injuring 33 others.
Former Thai Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh says Thailand will invest $20 billion in Burma’s economy during a visit to Mon State.
A heavy explosion rocks central Laiza at midday, only a hundred meters from the hotel used by the Kachin Independence Army as it headquarters.
A coalition of Burma’s armed ethnic groups wants to meet with the government in a foreign country next month to negotiate in the Kachin conflict.
More than 500 cars make the bumpy cross-border journey every day, with passengers thrown about in overcrowded buses on their way into Thailand.