Rakhine state is ready to vote after weeks of quiet in ethnic war, say authorities.
Aung San Suu Kyi says the infection rate is likely to increase as a result of gatherings after the Nov. 8 elections.
The military's use of Rohingya children to guide troops through minefields was a war crime, the NGO says.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s sway strengthens her party’s control of the country of 54 million people.
They were charged under a vaguely written law that rights groups say is used to jail anti-war protesters and suppress peaceful dissent.
The war-torn state has not reported fighting since Nov. 10, amid positive moves between adversaries.
In her first major remarks since her reelection Nov. 8, she says her government will not leave anyone behind.
Naypyidaw cites coronavirus restrictions preventing talks, but very few refugees see any reason to return.
Hnin Yu Hlaing spent 46 days in the hospital, including two weeks in a coma, after artillery shells exploded in her home.
About 300 who were taken to Bhashan Char will now be moved to Cox's Bazar to be reunited with relatives there, Bangladesh says.
The NLD's offer follows gestures by the Arakan Army and the country’s powerful military.
The Arakan Army’s proposal wins rare approval from its bitter foe, the government military.
After a weak showing, the army-backed USDP alleges unfair polling practices without furnishing evidence.
‘It is necessary to continue peace talks as quickly as possible,’ the military says as votes are counted for Nov. 8 polls.
No results have been announced from Nov. 8 nationwide elections.
Many voters brave long poll lines amid a surge in the coronavirus.
Cancelled voting, a coronavirus surge, and a ballot scandal have clouded the Nov. 8 vote in the western state.
The democracy icon’s atrocity-tarred international reputation is not a factor in Myanmar's general elections.