Twenty eight people have now been confirmed dead as a result of a disastrous landslide in eastern Burma on Sunday.
Cross-border aid group Free Burma Rangers recently undertook a front-line mission to Iraq, where its team embedded with Kurdish forces fighting ISIS.
Large numbers of protestors are arrested, as an image of confusion and violence in Letpadan emerges.
On the second episode of DVB’s Doh Pyay Doh Myay Roadshow, the team explores a mountain cave in Karenni State, feared by locals to be haunted.
Are ethnic voices being heard?
On this episode of DVB Debate, a panel of ethnic leaders and political analysts discuss the future of federalism in Burma.
Watch today’s top stories with Angus Watson
As brands of Burmese alcohol compete with recently approved foreign liquor imports, Karenni villagers are fighting to retain local brewing customs.
Film star and UNHCR special envoy Angelina Jolie visited a Karenni woman and her family at a refugee camp near the Thai-Burmese border on Friday, to mark World Refugee Day.
Decades of armed conflict in Burma make it one of the worst hit countries for landmines. People living close to the border are the most severely affected. But five years ago a prosthetics factory opened in Loikaw, Karenni state. And all of the people working at the factory are landmine victims themselves.