Letters have been sent to MPs elected in the 2020 general election telling them not to communicate with the National Unity Government and its related organizations.
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The charges include alleged possession of illegally imported walkie-talkies and breaching of COVID-19 restrictions.
An official of her foundation denied corruption charges against her, saying she has nowhere to live upon retirement as she gave so many of her possessions to the charity.
The junta-controlled health authorities in Sagaing Region and Chin State are struggling to handle coronavirus cases crossing the Indian border.
Regime media claims senior National League for Democracy figures are behind the recent wave of bombings and shootings.
Dr. Htar Htar Lin, the national immunization director, is among 27 doctors facing lengthy jail terms after being arrested in recent days.
The civilian Chinland Defense Force says it lost about 30 fighters in the same period—far fewer than the military, despite being seriously outgunned.
In a leaked Viber call, the Home Affairs Minister’s wife warns her companions to conceal their junta ties and says anti-regime hit squads are targeting their homes.
Paletwa Township schools close as cases of the Indian variant are reported across Sagaing Region and Chin State.
Over 100,000 people have been displaced in Shan and Kayah States by intense fighting between civilian resistance forces and junta soldiers.
Over 1,000 villagers flee their homes after shootout between civilian resistance fighters and regime troops.
It is the first major damage to a Chinese investment since a string of arson attacks in March on factories in Yangon.
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.
The soldiers were returning after raiding an abandoned village, sources said.
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