Civilian fighters ambush junta troops in Chin State, Sagaing and Magwe regions as armed resistance to the junta intensifies.
Junta troops and fighters from the Kachin Independence Army are clashing over control of a strategic road in northern Myanmar.
The soon-to-be departing Christine Schraner Burgener has admitted for the first time that the junta has no interest in talking or a peaceful solution to Myanmar’s crisis.
The parent firm of telecom operator Telenor Myanmar says the junta’s demand that it be able to intercept clients’ communications would violate sanctions and int’l law.
Half the population of Kayah State in southeast Myanmar has been displaced by fighting, while junta forces are torturing detained civilians and using them as human shields.
New railways linking China to Southeast and South Asia have significant security implications for India.
The National Unity Government is preparing to submit a report to the United Nations this month.
The detained State Counselor told her lawyers that no one from the junta’s State Administration Council has met with her.
Tasked with fighting a full-fledged war in the heartland, it remains to be seen whether the military will splinter or double down on its atrocities.
Two Magwe Region villagers were reportedly killed after resistance fighters blew up a military-owned telecoms mast.
Civilian resistance fighters step up attacks on Mytel masts after National Unity Government’s declaration of war against the military regime.
Co-leader of Wun Thar Nu Democratic Party claims that her party was included in a joint declaration issued by the USDP without any consultation or agreement.
The regime has lost two bases to the Karen National Union and 22 teenage volunteers were killed in a regime raid in Magwe Region.
The illicit timber trade enables the military regime to finance its coup, despite sanctions from the West.
After Tuesday’s declaration of war against the regime by the National Unity Government, civilian volunteers have launched numerous attacks.