Fatal shootings reported in Mandalay, Myingyan and Monywa by Wednesday afternoon with multiple injuries, as police and soldiers continue their deadly crackdown.
Chancellor at Myanmar’s Los Angeles consulate Daw Mya Mya Kyi says she is ignoring an order to return to Naypyitaw and has joined the CDM.
Elected leaders, lawmakers, student protesters, election officials and striking civil servants are among the increasing numbers being held by the military.
A DVB reporter was forcibly taken from his home and Myanmar Now and 7Day News employees have been sued for incitement.
A teenager was shot, homes damaged and motorbikes destroyed after security forces broke through barricades residents had put up to protect themselves in southern Myanmar.
At least 20 were killed during military regime’s crackdown against protesters on Sunday, surviving brother describes the violent assault in Hledan.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi now faces up to nine years in prison.
The military authorities are deliberately attacking and detaining reporters covering anti-regime protests.
Leaked documents show diplomats, embassy staff in 19 countries ordered back to Naypyitaw following UN ambassador’s speech urging support for the toppled NLD government.
Security forces moved on protesters early and with deadly force on Sunday; despite the bloodshed, protesters regrouped in the afternoon to continue their general strike.
Dozens of injuries and arrests reported as police charge on protesters and open fire in Mandalay and Yangon on Friday.
The party claims the police are legally obliged to investigate the nighttime raid on its Yangon offices.
The police allegedly shot Ko Tin Htut Hein in the back of the head while he was defending his neighborhood from nighttime attacks.
The bullet found in Ma Mya Thwet Thwet Khine’s head during an autopsy was of a different type than those used by security forces, the regime’s mouthpiece newspaper said.
Protesters were trying to protect striking shipyard workers when the police and military opened fire with live and rubber bullets.