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Myanmar soldier on the road in Kokang, Shan State. Photo: EPA
Saturday, April 18 2015

Sixteen Myanmar soldiers died in a major offensive to flush rebels from a strategic hill-top in the northeastern region bordering China...

Saturday, April 18 2015

India plans to strengthen its surveillance along its border with Myanmar to check drugs and arms smuggling, besides movement of militants...

US lobbyists Capital Hill Glynn Lowe
Saturday, April 18 2015

The government of Myanmar has hired lobbyists in Washington for the first time in more than a decade...

The Yangon government's hiring young men to break up a protest in Yangon has raised questions as to whether the authorities are returning to the dark days of the former military junta. Photo: Mizzima
Tuesday, April 7 2015

“If you take the mask off, it is still a military regime underneath.” That was the observation of one of the student protesters beaten by police during the crackdown at ...

Tuesday, April 7 2015

Whether it is a disappearing umbrella, a questionable dinner party for the well connected, a fake rape report, the wrong wrecked ,,,

Singkhon border crossing point into Myanmar. Photo: Fragipani.com
Tuesday, April 7 2015

A Thai-Myanmar Songkran and Thingyan celebration is set to take place at Singkhon border crossing with trade fair and performances to ...

A Rohingya man shows his 'white card', a temporary registration document, before returning it to officials at the ThetKelPyin Muslim refugee camp in Sittwe, Rakhine State on April 3, 2015. Photo: Nyunt Win/EPA
Tuesday, April 7 2015

The Myanmar authorities have collected about 40,000 temporary identification cards from displaced and stateless Rohingya Muslims in ...

Mizzima Office in Pazundaung Township, Yangon. Photo: Thawn/Mizzima
Tuesday, April 7 2015

First, I must apologize for having not written sooner. But, things are very busy with Mizzima at the moment. Between establishing our new office, launching the country’s irst digital daily newspaper, ...

Monday, April 6 2015

The fighting that erupted in Kokang on February 9 has disturbed a normally tranquil landscape and created tremendous ripples in today’s ethnic political arena. 

Monday, April 6 2015

A recent interview with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi by the international press has sparked controversy over whether her National League for ...

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