The woes of war in western Myanmar have been exacerbated by Cyclone Mocha, with already-struggling residents saying they have still received no assistance, and even accusing the military of launching fresh attacks during the storm.
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In an effort to reach a deal before the election, negotiators have neglected one of the most important issues in the peace process.
The fast-tracking of a Chinese company’s proposal to invest tens of millions in the Kayah State capital has angered activists, politicians and armed groups.
Frontier’s Kaung Hset Naing talks to the vice-chair of the Arakan Front Party about the election, and the Rakhine party's dream of self-determination.
People displaced in northern Shan State are hoping that the November 8 election will be their last in the camps they would rather not be calling home.
The delayed reopening of monastic boarding schools has parents in conflict-affected areas in dread and fear for their children’s lives.
If the government really wants to introduce a fair framework for defamation, it needs to overhaul or replace all six related laws.
More than 90 people have been charged under the law since the National League for Democracy came to power in 2015.