“I want him to know that his older brother won’t let his sacrifice be for nothing,” said Ko Ko Aung Htet Naing, whose twin brother was shot dead by the regime at a protest.
24 The News For 24 January 2022
The Irrawaddy speaks to the leader of Pale PDF in Sagaing Region about the conflict in his township.
Anti-coup leader Tayzar San talks to The Irrawaddy about the revolutionary movement against military rule and what the future holds for Myanmar.
The Irrawaddy speaks to David Scott Mathieson, an independent researcher on conflict and peace in Myanmar, about the current crisis and how he sees the future for the country.
An anonymous protester tells The Irrawaddy how they escaped in a hail of bullets after being rammed by a military vehicle in Yangon.
Former NLD lawmaker U Phyo Zeya Thaw was a rapper, activist, political prisoner and MP before his recent arrest by the junta, which has branded him a key enemy.
Nan Khin Htwe Myint’s 75-year sentence for corruption is widely seen as absurd given her reputation for honesty; she has vocally opposed the coup even while detained.
Sought by the junta, NLD member Myat Thida Htun draws strength from her last conversation with her father, who passed away after going into hiding following the coup.
A senior executive of Amara, part of a group of companies owned by a brother of the Myanmar Navy chief, tells The Irrawaddy that Amara hopes to invest in the telecom operator.
The National Unity Government’s foreign minister, Daw Zin Mar Aung, tells The Irrawaddy that the junta is increasingly diplomatically isolated.
Daw Moe Thuzar tells The Irrawaddy that the military regime faces being blamed constantly for its actions by regional bloc.
President U Win Myint has been charged over a statement that was issued while he was in detention.
One of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s lawyers, U Kyi Win, spoke to The Irrawaddy about the progress of her trial on corruption charges.
NUG minister U Tin Tun Naing tells The Irrawaddy that the civilian government is trying to raise revenue to fund its revolution against the military.
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