If the nature of the conflict can be maintained as a national uprising, the military balance favors revolution by sheer force of numbers and willpower.
Detained yet again by the generals who despise her, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s only ‘mistake’ has been to honor her commitment to the people who chose her as their leader.
The General Assembly adopted a resolution denouncing the military takeover and calling on the regime to end its violence against civilians and free political detainees.
No details yet on casualties but body parts can be seen in photos of the scene; the apparent bombing is the most serious attack yet on a regime target in the city.
Pyae Lyan Aung, who is with the Myanmar national football team for a World Cup qualifier in Japan, said he would seek refugee status in the country.
The damage to China’s standing among Myanmar’s people grows more serious with each day that Beijing supports the illegitimate military regime.
In a leaked Viber call, the Home Affairs Minister’s wife warns her companions to conceal their junta ties and says anti-regime hit squads are targeting their homes.
Ex-Tatmadaw captains tell online forum many soldiers feel the coup was wrong but do not dare speak out for fear that they and their families will be arrested or killed.
Dr. Bhatanda Kavisara was among 12 people killed when the military plane carrying them crashed in Pyin Oo Lwin; he met Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing on Feb. 2.
A camp worker said displaced civilians in Mindat are running out of places to run to; junta forces have also blocked food and other supplies from reaching the IDPs.
Of the country’s more than 9 million students, fewer than one million are attending school; teachers and staff continue to strike.
A few short years ago, the global elite who now so loudly condemn the coup were rewarding the ‘reformist’ generals with an obscene boom in Yangon’s property market.
People’s Defense Force and Kachin Independence Army battle regime troops in Katha.
Local fighters and ethnic armies battled the regime in several places, a female NLD lawmaker was arrested and the junta shelled an IDP camp among many other incidents.
Military blocks access to the Chin State town by boat and road as it continues to investigate twin explosions on May 28; residents say basic food prices are soaring.