Daw Moe Thuzar tells The Irrawaddy that the military regime faces being blamed constantly for its actions by regional bloc.
25 The News For 25 October 2021
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.
The Irrawaddy speaks to a popular singer and a well-known actor on how the military takeover affected them and their decisions to resist the regime.
U Kyaw Moe Tun said the junta’s recognition at the UN is unlikely given the UN Charter and the global commitment to democracy and human rights.
NUG minister Dr. Sasa talks to The Irrawaddy about the current situation in Chin State and the NUG’s efforts to defeat the junta.
Daw Zin Mar Aung, the NUG’s Foreign Minister, speaks about why the war on the regime is necessary because international intervention was sluggish and ineffective to topple them.
Ko Kaung Min Thant was reported to have died in a junta raid in which five people jumped from a Yangon building. He tells The Irrawaddy why he will fight on.
Epidemiologist Dr. Tin Tin Htar Myint believes coronavirus infections will start declining in September.
U Hla Shwe was jailed six times between 1959 and 2005; he died aged 84 on Thursday after his oxygen supply ran out. The Irrawaddy here republishes a 2012 profile of him.
A villager in Sagaing Region tells The Irrawaddy that the community is asking why it became a military target.
Despite the recent release of his five-year-old daughter, Ko Soe Htay's wife and another ailing daughter remain in the regime's detention.
The Irrawaddy spoke to some of the 12 journalists released from prison on June 30 after being detained by the military regime.
Myanmar President Reveals Details of his Arrest
Myanmar Regime Has no Evidence of Corruption Against Suu Kyi
Myanmar’s Civilian Finance Minister Calls on Public to Voluntarily Pay Tax
‘Everything Has Been Destroyed’: Myanmar Artists on the Coup’s Impact
Activist Who Embodied Myanmar’s Democracy Struggle Dies of COVID-19
After Struggling for 20 years, Mon Newspaper in Myanmar Now Faces Fight to Survive
Nearly 90, Myanmar Painter Can’t Put Down the Brush
An Inside Look at Changes at the Formerly Military-Run GAD
QUAD Regional Bloc May Hold Key to Myanmar Crisis
Myanmar's Junta Seizes Veteran Student Leader
US, Singapore Discuss Ways to Cut Myanmar Junta’s Overseas Financial Lifelines
Junta Troops Killed Across Myanmar in Resistance Ambushes