Analysis of the military’s deployments nationwide reveal that the army is severely overstretched and only able to defend cities, major roads and hilltop bases.
People’s Defense Forces and ethnic armed organizations ambushed regime forces across the country on Thursday.
Dr. Ye Lwin was due to be released from prison next month but now faces further charges.
Prison staff are subjecting male and female political prisoners in Myingyan Prison to physical and psychological abuse.
Dr. Kyaw Kyaw Thet, a social activist who engaged in works of philanthropy, was charged under the Counterterrorism Law and with incitement.
A married couple were mistaken for a police major by the Tiger Force Mandalay.
Anti-regime prisoners held at Mandalay’s Obo Prison have been refusing food in protest at the executions of four pro-democracy activists.
With the Myanmar currency continuing to weaken against the US dollar, fuel prices jumped by 200 kyats per liter overnight on Monday.
Hunger strikes have begun in Obo Prison, Mandalay, to honor the four executed pro-democracy activists.
Nightclub owner and aspiring movie producer U Soe Hlaing has close links with generals going back to the former junta.
In a sign that the junta is struggling to combat armed resistance to the regime, more pro-junta militias are being formed in Mandalay, Magwe and Sagaing regions.
The Union Solidarity and Development Party has a long history of staging pro-military demonstrations for propaganda purposes.
Resistance groups in Mandalay say they are struggling to operate as regime forces close in.
Resistance groups across the country launched revenge attacks on junta forces following the hangings of the four democracy activists over the weekend.
Ousted Mandalay chief minister Dr. Zaw Myint Maung now faces 29 years in jail as the regime continues to target members of the deposed National League for Democracy.