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Residents of Myanmar's cyclone-ravaged Rakhine state capital queued for rice and drinking water on Wednesday as the United Nations negotiated with the internationally isolated junta for access to hard-hit areas.
Mass destruction as Cyclone Mocha death toll rises in Myanmar
More than 860 houses and 14 hospitals or clinics have been damaged across the country, the military junta said.
Five dead, hundreds injured as Myanmar hit by Cyclone Mocha
At least five people have been killed and hundreds injured after Cyclone Mocha swept into Myanmar on Sunday. The tropical storm also hit Bangladesh, but spared the world's largest refugee camp.
Myanmar marks Armed Forces Day as US increases sanctions
Myanmar displays power during Armed Forces Day as the US increases sanctions targetting aviation fuel suppliers.
No reports of casualties after fire guts refugee camp in Bangladesh
A massive fire raced through a crammed refugee camp for Rohingya Muslims in southern Bangladesh on Sunday, leaving thousands homeless.
Buses carrying freed prisoners leave Yangon jail
Buses carrying freed prisoners leave Yangon's Insein prison as Myanmar's junta releases over 7,000 people to mark the 75th anniversary of independence from Britain, without specifying whether the amnesty would include those jailed as part of its crackdown on dissent.
Court in Myanmar again finds Suu Kyi guilty of corruption
A court in military-ruled Myanmar on Friday convicted the country’s ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi of corruption, sentencing her to seven years in prison in the last of a string of criminal cases against her, a legal official said.
Watch: Myanmar holds its Tazaungdaing light festival
People gathered in the hills of central Myanmar to enjoy the annual Tazaungdaing light festival that marks the end of the rainy season in a fiery nighttime display of exploding hot air balloons.
At least 50 killed in Myanmar airstrike
The target was a concert held by an ethnic minority group in conflict with the ruling military, opposition groups and media reported.
Myanmar court jails Suu Kyi for three more years for 'election fraud'
The ousted leader has already been imprisoned for 17 years on various charges, which supporters say are politically motivated.
Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to six more years in prison for corruption
Analysts say the charges are an attempt to legitimise the military’s seizure of power.
Protest in Tokyo as Japanese journalist detained in Myanmar
Dozens of protesters gather outside Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tokyo calling for the release of a 26-year-old Japanese filmmaker, believed to have been detained in Myanmar on Saturday near an anti-government rally.
Myanmar junta executes democracy activists amid international outcry
The hangings are believed to be the first executions in the country for more than 30 years.
Aung San Suu Kyi moved to prison, says Myanmar military junta
Human rights experts have accused the army of creating a "digital dictatorship" through internet shutdowns and surveillance since last year's coup.
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to further five years in prison
Analysts say the conviction is an unjust move to legitimise the military junta’s seizure of power in 2021.
Myanmar's message to the EU amid Ukraine crisis: 'Don't forget us"
Activists and exiles urge European leaders to keep up the pressure on the military junta even as the conflict in Ukraine dominates headlines.
EU's mega-rich found to be fuelling the illegal 'blood timber' trade
EU regulators are supposed to prevent the import of illegal timber into the EU. But traders are still finding ways to get round the rules.
Myanmar junta releases hundreds of prisoners on country's Unity Day
In a customary gesture for national holidays, the country's military ruler Min Aung Hlaing also announced an amnesty for more than 860 prisoners, state-run newspapers reported.
Myanmar opposition holds 'silent strike' to mark one year since coup
The new U.N. special envoy for Myanmar says violence has intensified since the military took power a year ago and sparked a resistance movement in the country.
Fire guts shelters in Rohingya camp in Bangladesh
Thousands of people were left homeless after a fire gutted parts of a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, destroying about 1,200 houses.