Around 1,000 farmers protested against China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) in the Arakan State’s Ann on March 22 for failing to give compensation for damaged farmlands and plantations.
Around 1,000 farmers protested against China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) in the Arakan State’s Ann on March 22 for failing to give compensationRead More
Two heads-of-household have been sentenced to seven months in prison under the charges of building their houses on the farmland after they refused to evict from their homes to makeRead More
Construction of a new rough road on Rakhine State's Mayu Mountain will be completed within a few days, a state MP said.Read More
Arakanese activist Ko Ann Thar Gyi, who was charged over a football match that authorities say celebrated the Arakan Army, was relocated to Sittwe prison yesterday over security concerns.Read More
At least three bombs were exploded on Sittwe-Yangon highway in Minbya township of Arakan State on Tuesday evening, said the Arakan police.Read More
The Arakan National Party (ANP) demanded the government to call off the Advisory Commission for dealing with Arakan State affairs. The ANP, in a statement
Three Burmese protesters, who led a demonstration against the use of Muslim community terminology (in Arakan State) in Yangon on 10 July were recently charged
The USA Ambassador in Myanmar Scot Marciel met Arakan National Party (ANP) leaders in Sittwe on Wednesday during his three-day visit to Arakan.
Arakan National Party (ANP), the main political party of Rakhine formed a preparation committee with seven members for the 21st Century Panglong Conference.
(In Mray Bon township of Arakan, over 1000 Muslims have applied for the Burmese citizenship status. Local authorities are presently
Today President U Thein Sein held a meeting with representatives from Ten Parties of the Democratic and Ethnic Alliance. The
Madae Island located in Kyaukpru Township of Arakan State is a crucial location on the Shwe Gas pipeline project.
The current Thein Sein government is working to include Burma’s ancient cities in the World Heritage List of UNESCO (United
The management of successive Burmese governments in recent decades could easily be rated as poor. The country has been under