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.
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.
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.
Staff from state-run newspapers say they will only work for a democratic government.
Myanmar’s deputy UN ambassador, U Tin Maung Naing, has resigned after being told by the military regime to replace his boss who condemned the junta.
The committee representing the ousted National League for Democracy government says violence against protesters and mass arrests constitute terrorist activity.
A DVB reporter was forcibly taken from his home and Myanmar Now and 7Day News employees have been sued for incitement.
The military authorities are deliberately attacking and detaining reporters covering anti-regime protests.
U Kyaw Moe Tun told the UN General Assembly he was speaking on behalf of the elected politicians who are either being detained by or in hiding from Myanmar’s military.
Young protesters in Myanmar are hoping to spark protests in Thailand, Hong Kong and elsewhere through the online “Milk Tea Alliance” on Sunday.