This week the regime’s media made much of its arrest of ex-MP U Phyo Zeya Thaw, but said little about its leader’s exclusion from international meetings.
The removal of two military-appointed ministers by the regime is seen as a sign that moderate voices within the armed forces are being silenced.
Yangon’s busiest shopping center was deserted on Friday as Yangon residents stayed away after footage of attack on young protesters by mall staff went viral.
Around 254 houses in Thantlang have burned down in two months with residents blaming regime troops.
The Cambodia-hosted virtual gathering is the third international meeting in two months from which the regime has been shunned.
As clashes intensify in southeastern Myanmar’s Kayah State, thousands of locals have been forced to flee their villages.
The Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army claims to have taken control of a key area along the Chinese border and it might be planning further expansion.
21 people involved in resistance against the regime received death sentences from military tribunals, while another 29 were given life in prison.
Legal experts suggest brewery’s formerly best-selling brands may be marketed under a different company name in the future.
The detained investment and foreign economic relations minister U Thaung Tun faces up to 15 years in prison.
Former NLD lawmaker U Phyo Zeya Thaw was a rapper, activist, political prisoner and MP before his recent arrest by the junta, which has branded him a key enemy.
Dr. Zaw Myint Maung, who is battling leukemia and is detained in a Mandalay prison, will face two additional cases relating to alleged electoral fraud.
Sagaing Region chief minister U Myat Kyaw has been ambushed twice in a week.
Former Mandalay Chief Minister and NLD Vice Chairman Dr. Zaw Myint Maung prevented from traveling to Naypyitaw on alleged health grounds.
Civilian resistance fighters target junta-linked local officials to prevent military regime from governing the country.