Regime troops are rounding up civilians with alleged links to the Arakan Army.
Repeated clashes are being reported in southern Shan State as the regime deploys large numbers of troops to the area.
NUG finance minister U Tin Tun Naing reveals more plans to generate income, including putting 60 military-owned properties in Yangon on sale.
Fuel importers say they are struggling to ensure supplies because of the regime’s restrictions on foreign exchange.
Myanma Economic Holdings failed to pay its annual dividends to its shareholders, many of whom are members of the armed forces.
The junta has compiled a blacklist of members of the civil disobedience movement to prevent them from leaving Myanmar.
The new head of the Australian Embassy will only carry the title “chargé d’affaires” instead of ambassador.
Villagers from Ye-U Township said they cannot identify the burned bodies.
The National Unity Government said it held friendly discussions with the powerful armed group, which governs large areas of Rakhine State.
Yesagyo Township residents flee as around 100 regime troops raid villages.
Heavy clashes have been reported in southern Shan State with resistance groups claiming to have killed numerous regime troops.
The Pekon People Defense Force says it killed 15 regime troops, including a major.
A resistance fighter says they no longer have the weapons to repulse raids by regime forces.
The regime is trying to appeal to religious nationalists, say observers.
The Blood Money Campaign has sent an open letter to Washington saying sanctions on oil and gas would halve junta revenues.