Observers question why Thinzar Wint Kyaw and Nang Mwe San have been detained while other similar models who support the regime remain free.
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They were among at least 80 regime forces killed in Chin, Kachin and Karen states and Sagaing and Magwe regions, resistance groups said.
Regime forces used helicopters and detained civilians as human shields during a series of raids and clashes across three Sagaing Region townships.
At least 38 Singapore-based companies are brokering the sale of weapons and military equipment to the junta.
Saifuddin Abdullah said it was of the ‘utmost importance’ that ASEAN members support Myanmar's people and engage with the shadow government and other opposition groups.
Rohingya sources said the insurgent group ARSA was behind the shootings of Syed Hossain and Abu Taleb.
Chiang Mai University has inked an MoA with Spring University Myanmar, which was set up last year for students who don’t want to study under the junta’s education system.
A new report reveals the Myanmar military planned 2017’s brutal purge of the Rohingya years in advance.
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Through brutality and ineptitude, the junta leader has turned the Tatmadaw into a personal army that is reviled by the people.
The ‘great game’ in Myanmar has become more complex, with Russia behind the junta, the West backing the NUG and Beijing playing all sides, amid a worsening
The same military that killed student activist Ma Win Maw Oo in 1988 hanged her contemporary, Ko Jimmy, in July. Today’s anti-junta resistance has inherited
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