PSI satellite dishes that broadcast DVB TV and Mizzima targeted by the regime as junta struggles to control the media.
The Kachin Independence Army says it will continue to attack reinforcements as long as the regime’s security forces kill peaceful protesters.
Relatives of prisoners denied the chance to attend trials in the temporary courts and claim they breach human rights.
Troops have been deployed in large numbers against anti-regime protests in Kale and Taze in Sagaing Region.
Post-mortem report says Ko Aung Paing Htwe died in a car crash, but injuries to his body suggest torture.
The security forces in Mandalay opened fire on medics preparing to march against the junta.
Elected lawmakers from the NLD to meet UN body to collect, preserve and analyze evidence of crimes committed by the military regime.
The KNU’s Brigade 5 spokesman Padoh Mahn Mahn says a framework is in place to establish a federal union and army, including the ethnic armed groups.
Three religious compounds were thoroughly searched for evidence of anti-regime activities.
Myanmar’s junta abducted the two-year-old daughter and five other relatives of Ko Ja Lay in Bago Region to force him to turn himself in.
A 12-year-old girl was also injured in Pinlebu as people across Sagaing Region step up their anti-coup protests despite ongoing lethal crackdowns by regime security forces.
The fate of three of the eleven people detained by the junta for speaking to a CNN reporter last week remains unknown.
The 19-year-old and her husband were riding home on a motorbike.
Grenade attacks were reported on the military-joint venture Mytel office and a guardhouse at the town’s pagoda.
Anti-regime protesters are fighting back against the junta’s deadly crackdowns with homemade weapons.