Headmistress, reporter, student leader and NLD member sentenced to years in prison for defying the military regime.
13 The News For 13 May 2021
The use of artillery on civilian targets has led to talk of possible genocide being committed against the ethnic Chin community of Mindat.
Despite the turmoil caused by the junta’s coup and the COVID-19 pandemic, the regime is pushing ahead with plans to bring back tourists from China.
Ko Zin Ko Tun was among a group of six young people arrested when hundreds of troops descended on Talokmyo following an exchange of gunfire between soldiers and locals.
The Kachin Independence Army is trying to take control of a strategic road linking Kachin and Shan states.
In recent days, a number of NLD politicians from Rakhine State have been detained by the military regime.
Writer Hnin Pan Eain, her husband and son were seized by the security forces at their home in a nighttime raid.
Up to 100 villagers are reported to have been arrested after the clash in Mandalay Region.
According to the military’s venture partner Kirin, Q1 sales plunged by 46% on-year at Myanmar Brewery, which is among junta-linked firms targeted by a consumer boycott.
Myingyan Township villagers held off hundreds of regime soldiers for hours using largely homemade arms.
Senior academics are refusing to work under the military regime and say recruitment attempts will fail.
The junta is facing a possible fuel shortage as imports dry up and oil industry workers remain on strike in protest at the regime.
More than 20 soldiers fired upon the man, who was in an agitated state due to gunfire in his village, despite his parents’ pleas to spare him due to his illness.
Some 30 protesters including women teachers were detained during the crackdown on an anti-regime demonstration.
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