Peacock Generation group face charges under articles 505(a), 66(d) for satirical performance during New Year holiday.
Rights activist and director Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi had requested bail, as he suffers from liver cancer.
Nang Pu was release Friday after serving four months for defaming the military over a protest to support families displaced by the civil war. Two colleagues remain behind bars.
Executive, two employees of National Prosperity Gold Production Group tried to frame police and officials, agency says.
YANGON—A military officer from the Yangon Region Command has filed a lawsuit against movie director U Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi under Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law, a police
Nang Pu, who was imprisoned for defamation of the military for taking part in a peaceful protest last April, had her sentence reduced from six months to four.
Chinese venture Tha Khin Sit says Myitkyina Journal’s coverage of controversial banana plantation damaged its reputation.
If found guilty of high treason, prominent Arakanese politician U Aye Maung and author Wai Hin Aung face death sentences or life imprisonment.
Activists vow to continue protesting on behalf of trio who were imprisoned over April’s antiwar demonstrations in Myitkyina
The sentencing has been condemned as a blow to democracy, freedom of expression and human rights by local and international groups.
NLD lawmakers and others have opened scores of legal cases under Article 66 (d) since the law was changed after a public outcry in 2017.
Directive to city officials makes clear they failed to adhere to Media Law in prosecution of Weekly Eleven reporters for critical coverage.
U Thawbita, accused of likening Snr-Gen. Min Aung Hlaing to a cow on Facebook and suggesting he orchestrated a prison break in Karen State, denies any wrongdoing.
Police say head of party’s Shwebo district chapter used hate speech in attack on government
Three charged over comments relating to plight of Kachin IDPs who were trapped by fighting in April and May.