On Monday, a curfew in Mandalay was lifted after 39 days in effect, but business as usual has not been restored in the central Burmese city.
UN Special Rapporteur has been presented with findings from an inquiry into Mandalay’s communal violence, as she visited the city on Wednesday.
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Police officers are lining the streets of Mandalay after violence between Buddhists and Muslims broke out on Tuesday night.
Burma vows to protect aid workers in Arakan State after a briefing by the Arakan Commission concluded the government’s response to the violence was “sluggish”.
Officers from the EU are training Burmese police officers in crowd control management, under an EU initiative to improve the standards of the Burmese Police Force.
The Rakhine Investigation Commission says that evidence proves that a policeman was killed in Maungdaw Township, but denied the mass killing of Muslim Rohingyas
In the final episode of the season, DVB Debate discusses how to end religious violence.
Security forces have contained the fresh bout of deadly violence in Arakan state’s Sandoway district.
Many displaced residents of the Meikhtila violence last March feel as though they have been forgotten.
Hundreds of Muslims have been made homeless in Sagaing Division after rioters looted and burned homes, shops and at least one mosque in the village of Htan Gone on Saturday night.
The UN special rapporteur for human rights in Burma spoke to DVB about his latest mission to Burma, the attack of his convoy in Meikhtila and further reconciliation between Muslim and Buddhist communities.
The UN’s human rights envoy to Burma has slammed the government for failing to protect him during a tour of riot-hit Meikhtila.