Over 100,000 people have been displaced in Shan and Kayah States by intense fighting between civilian resistance forces and junta soldiers.
Magwe student risks going blind in one eye after being badly injured in crackdown by junta forces but has been imprisoned rather than sent to a specialist eye hospital.
At least 21 tortured bodies, including National League for Democracy members, election officials and pro-democracy activists, have been returned to families.
Increasing numbers of Kayah civilians are in hiding as the military steps up attempts to seize the strategic Demoso Township.
The KNLA has been clashing with junta forces close to the border with Thailand since March.
Residents say military collaborators living in the residential complex informed on the group; a doctor was killed during the May raid that led to their arrest.
A camp worker said displaced civilians in Mindat are running out of places to run to; junta forces have also blocked food and other supplies from reaching the IDPs.
Nearly a quarter of all factories in the Japan-backed Thilawa SEZ suspend operations as declining demand following military takeover hits industrial sector.
The international agency called on the regime’s security forces to allow safe passage of humanitarian supplies and personnel in southeastern Myanmar.
The National Unity Government held a press conference, and resistance forces battled junta troops in Kachin, Sagaing and Shan, among other incidents.
Military collaborators gave false information about the four youths, two of whom managed to evade arrest.
More than 50 of the 122 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Chin State’s Tonzang Township and the town of Cikha, which border India.
The reporters from the Democratic Voice of Burma feared being deported back to Myanmar and detained by the military regime.
People’s Defense Force and Kachin Independence Army battle regime troops in Katha.
Military blocks access to the Chin State town by boat and road as it continues to investigate twin explosions on May 28; residents say basic food prices are soaring.