The Myanmar military announced the extension of its non-operation period against ethnic armed groups to the end of June.
Myanmar's ousted leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, appeared in court in person on Monday for the first time since the military arrested her when it seized power on February 1.
Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi appeared in court in person Monday for the first time since the military arrested her when it seized power on February 1, Myanmar media reported.
The US placed more members of Myanmar's ruling military junta on a financial blacklist Monday for the deadly attacks against civilians following the February coup in the southeast Asian nation.
Francis, who made a diplomatically fraught trip to Myanmar in 2017, urged the country's small Christian community to keep the faith, work for peace and not allow small conflicts to turn into big...
The bans were put in place back in 2019, when groups like the Arakan Army, and many of its allies, were classified as terrorist organisations by the then democratically-elected government.
The spokesperson also said a total of 63 civilians have been killed in attacks across the country since the military coup on February 1 to May 12.
It is a locally formed militia group opposed to the February coup that ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi.
According to Kyodo News, a number of teachers and others engaged in education have joined the so-called civil disobedience movement to boycott work, as a protest against the junta.
At least two people were killed and six others injured in explosions of handmade bombs across Myanmar on Friday, state-run media reported.