A drone video seen by The Irrawaddy shows regime troops chopping the head off a resistance deputy commander.
In the latest reshuffles, Lieutenant General Khin Hlaing has been forced out after losing numerous troops in the resistance stronghold.
Also this week, Min Aung Hlaing’s wife sacrificed luxury for Sittwe visit, and Myanmar’s Belt and Road initiative got a new chair.
A Demoso Township high school, hosting a volunteer medical clinic, was attacked by regime fighters on Thursday.
Daw Thet Htar Hnoung is one of over 1,200 NLD members to have been arrested since the coup.
The Rohingya picked for Myanmar's junta repatriation project are unwilling to return, says Human Rights Watch.
The regime’s move shows its contempt for ASEAN’s peace plan, but so far the bloc and Beijing appear unconcerned.
The National Unity Government’s Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann tells regime personnel to make a final choice.
The fighting was fierce and the regime conducted airstrikes, causing resistance casualties.
The notorious junta detachment has been reinforced after suffering heavy casualties and has returned to raiding villages in Sagaing Region.
At least eight civilians are believed to have died in an unprovoked junta air raid on a village outside Thantlang Town on Thursday.
Violence ‘likely to escalate’ countrywide following announcement.
Many were shot, set on fire or tortured to death shortly after being detained, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners.
The Chin Defense Force says the 27-vehicle convoy has been attacked numerous times since leaving Sagaing Region.
Rank-and-file soldiers are well aware they are despised by the people and led by incompetent and corrupt generals. Morale is low and recruitment has collapsed.