Perhpas as many as 80 dead in day-long attack in Bago on Friday; people saw bodies thrown into a dump truck.
Christine Schraner Burgener will meet the Thai foreign minister ahead of trips to regional capitals; she is ‘ready to visit Myanmar any time,’ UN official says.
During visits to ‘discuss peace’, senior Tatmadaw officers reportedly sought to ensure that the military’s good relations with the UWSA and SSPP continue after the coup.
Even as its hardware is used to surveil and intimidate anti-regime protesters, Beijing says it is ‘willing to communicate with all parties’.
Local residents say the three-member Brotherhood Alliance staged the attack in Lashio Township; hundreds flee as Myanmar military responds by raiding two villages.
Regime forces reportedly used mortars to drop explosive shells on three Bago residential wards in a dawn raid targeting roadblocks.
Meet two of the most prominent faces in the protests in Mandalay and Monywa.
PSI satellite dishes that broadcast DVB TV and Mizzima targeted by the regime as junta struggles to control the media.
The Kachin Independence Army says it will continue to attack reinforcements as long as the regime’s security forces kill peaceful protesters.
Yuzana Co, which confiscated the farmland 15 years ago, ordered to leave the Hukawng Valley by ethnic armed group the Kachin Independence Army.
Relatives of prisoners denied the chance to attend trials in the temporary courts and claim they breach human rights.
The envoy met the regime’s electricity minister to inform him that Malaysia’s Petronas had suspended its Andaman Sea gas project, the Malaysian Foreign Ministry said.
Troops have been deployed in large numbers against anti-regime protests in Kale and Taze in Sagaing Region.
Post-mortem report says Ko Aung Paing Htwe died in a car crash, but injuries to his body suggest torture.
While the CRPH demanded Beijing’s support, an embassy official expressed concern for the safety of Chinese citizens, investments in Myanmar during a phone call last week.