A former army captain has demanded freedom of speech and for generals to obey the government after being jailed in Yangon for speaking out.
Irrawaddy Region farmers have been jailed for working on land that was seized from them in 1999 but left unused.
HK activists urge US legislators to pass bills that would require yearly review of trade privileges and pave way for sanctioning officials who undermine city’s autonomy.
Three Karen activists say they will fight illegal gathering charges after unregistered Karen Martyrs’ Day commemoration in Yangon.
The leaders of history’s great struggles didn’t stop to ask themselves the ‘score’ at any given point; they kept their eyes on the prize and never gave up.
Opposition says signing ICCPR would erode national sovereignty, and questions NLD lawmaker’s authority to submit proposal in Lower House.
The groups are calling on all to abstain from internet use on Sept. 30 in solidarity with those living under internet shutdowns in western Myanmar’s Rakhine State.
Some say crime in the camps is aided by unregistered SIM cards and massive data usage. Others say blocking the internet will only invite greater crises.
Ko Aung Ko Htwe, who was jailed for describing life as a child soldier, says conflict motivated by self-interest, not political goals.
An activist in Myanmar’s Kachin State who faces prison under the Peaceful Assembly Law saw his sentence extended Friday after giving a pair of broken scales to a judge.
A Thai National Parks official has said he doubts the results of a DNA test that indicate a missing Karen activist was murdered in 2014.
Burma Campaign UK adds 38 firms including Apple, Google, Huawei to list of businesses with links to Tatmadaw or projects abusing human rights, environment.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s plea, made when Myanmar was under dictatorship, should be recalled amid Hongkongers’ current fight to preserve their political and legal rights.
Fact-finding mission’s call for sanctions over Rohingya crisis seeks to harm the country and its people, Foreign Ministry says.
The effect of sanctions on Myanmar has always been notoriously difficult to predict; never more so than in today’s complex domestic and regional situation.