No one was injured in the attack on Sunday; it follows Friday’s bombing of a Naypyitaw bank branch, which was claimed by the local People’s Defense Force.
Only four naval vessels will patrol Myanmar’s lengthy coastline in an attempt to tackle illegal fishing, trafficking and other crimes.
The resistance group said the explosion, which damaged a building but caused no injuries, was a warning to officials who failed to join the Civil Disobedience Movement.
Her lawyers said the detained State Counselor told them she would never go against the people’s will.
Eaindra Kyaw Zin, who is being held in Yangon’s Insein Prison for anti-regime protests, won the Best Performance Award at the Oldenburg International Film Festival.
People’s Defense Force teams claim to have killed at least 26 regime personnel in a series of attacks in four states and regions since Thursday as fighting intensifies.
Civilian fighters ambush junta troops in Chin State, Sagaing and Magwe regions as armed resistance to the junta intensifies.
An internet blackout is in place in several townships in Sagaing and Mandalay regions, with local resistance groups expecting fresh attacks from regime forces.
A series of attacks on regime forces followed the shadow, civilian National Unity Government’s call for civilians to fight to end military rule.
KNU Concerned Group leader Naw Zipporah Sein says the group has abandoned the National Ceasefire Agreement and wants to see the junta defeated.
The Karen National Union’s armed wing said it engaged in over 130 clashes with junta forces in Papun district during the month.
Tensions are running high between regime forces and the KNU following clashes earlier this week.
Defense lawyers have asked the junta for permission to meet with the ousted State Counselor and President U Win Myint as they haven't seen them for six weeks.
Despite threats from the regime, members of the public took just over an hour to buy all 50,000 tickets for the lottery, will which support striking civil servants.
Justice for Myanmar issued a statement questioning the suitability of Erywan Yusof’s appointment as ASEAN’s envoy, given his country’s energy ties to the military junta.