At least 100 people were detained on Sunday as increasing violence is being used by police and soldiers across the country.
The junta exhumed Kyal Sin’s body after her funeral and claimed the lead in her skull did not match police ammunition.
Several prominent National League for Democracy members and protesters have been taken away in Saturday night raids.
The bloody corpse of U Khin Maung Latt of the National League for Democracy in Pabedan has been collected from a military hospital.
Young man assisting student protesters shot dead in Mandalay, leaving behind a pregnant wife and a son.
The young protesters’ determination to defeat the regime is summed up in their motto: ‘They Die, or They Die!’
Once a fiery opponent of past military regimes, Sitagu Saydaw is seen as close to the latest coup maker while another monk is reportedly the general’s astrological adviser.
One day after the young woman’s funeral, soldiers remove body from grave at gunpoint, contesting the cause of her death.
Thomas Vajda told Vice Senior General Soe Win that Myanmar is becoming increasingly isolated and the US is appalled by the killing of civilians.
Singaporeans are conflicted about how to react to Myanmar’s military regime.
Some officers said they had no will to carry out the military council’s orders and were resigning to stand with the people.
Elected leaders, lawmakers, student protesters, election officials and striking civil servants are among the growing numbers of people being held by the military.
Disturbed by the killing of peaceful protesters, diplomats posted in Washington, Berlin, Geneva, LA and elsewhere said they would join the Civil Disobedience Movement.
Police men and women across the country say they can’t follow the military’s ‘lawless’ orders to use violence against civilians.
Government staff have until March 7 to join the civil disobedience movement to mourn those killed by the military, says a minister appointed by the NLD.