Letters have been sent to MPs elected in the 2020 general election telling them not to communicate with the National Unity Government and its related organizations.
An official of her foundation denied corruption charges against her, saying she has nowhere to live upon retirement as she gave so many of her possessions to the charity.
The civilian Chinland Defense Force says it lost about 30 fighters in the same period—far fewer than the military, despite being seriously outgunned.
Paletwa Township schools close as cases of the Indian variant are reported across Sagaing Region and Chin State.
Staff at the Naypyitaw restaurant did not know the customer was the regime’s Home Affairs Minister Lieutenant General Soe Htut’s son.
The junta can’t deliver the stability China needs on its southern border, and any hopes that ASEAN can have a positive influence are misguided.
Beijing claims talks aimed at ending Myanmar’s crisis are starting in China today, while critics demand a seat at the table for the ousted democratic government.
Tonzang Township Health Department head Dr. Htan Shin Khaing says the new ‘Indian’ coronavirus strain is far more threatening than previous variants.
The Rakhine State authorities claim almost 100 percent of students are now back at school.
A combined force of civilian resistance fighters and armed Karen groups clashed with regime troops close to the border with Thailand.
Most students boycotted the first day of school, a suspected junta informant and an ex-NLD official were killed and EAOs fought the military four months after the coup.
Originally named after independence hero General Aung San, the junta has chosen a new name in an effort to gain support in Mon State.
A deputy battalion commander was reportedly among those killed when the Brotherhood Alliance of three northern EAOs attacked a Light Infantry unit in Kutkai Township.
A civilian and an official in Mandalay and a Kayah policeman were shot dead; blasts occurred in five regions/states; anti-junta events were held in the US, Japan, Italy.
Major General Sao Khun Kyaw of the Shanni Nationalities Army was accused of having numerous students killed in the 1990s.