Min Aung Hlaing’s regime is enabled by a handpicked crew of opportunists comprising failed politicians, self-serving advisers and monks corrupted by proximity to power.
21 The News For 21 January 2022
Min Aung Hlaing revealed he often had negotiations to remove the constitutional ban on Daw Aung San Suu Kyi becoming president under her NLD government.
The French and US oil giants will withdraw from the Yadana gas field in the Andaman Sea, in a move that will deprive the junta of a key source of revenue.
Three of Myanmar’s oldest ethnic political organizations call on UN and ASEAN to declare no fly zone to protect civilians from regime’s indiscriminate air attacks.
Two officers were among the regime troops killed in early morning battle with resistance groups in Sagaing Region.
“I want him to know that his older brother won’t let his sacrifice be for nothing,” said Ko Ko Aung Htet Naing, whose twin brother was shot dead by the regime at a protest.
Villagers in Hsipaw Township, Shan State, fear for their safety since regime troops laid mines around an oil and gas pipeline control center.
Migrant laborers in Thailand and elsewhere are donating their time and meager wages to a variety of anti-regime causes, as well as to assisting refugees and IDPs on the border.
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Myanmar’s air force chief Maung Maung Kyaw has retired as the junta relies increasingly on airstrikes to support its struggling ground troops.
The Myanmar people have shown that they are committed to the NUG’s Federal Democratic Charter and the end of military dictatorship.
Beijing’s praise for Hun Sen’s engagement with the junta, which has divided ASEAN, signals China’s eagerness to resume infrastructure projects in
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