“Our fighters were detained by a trap after entering the village as the Pyu-Saw-Htee said they would surrender,” said a resistance fighter.
The Shan Nationalities League for Democracy says it continues to recognize its successful general election candidates.
Thandwe hospital was flooded while the Rakhine State town battles coronavirus.
Despite the wishful thinking of the past decade, the Tatmadaw leadership have never accepted basic democratic norms like elections, and they never will.
The junta has stopped reporting coronavirus deaths among its personnel.
Civilians who fled fighting in Chin State say the UNHCR aid is not getting through.
The regime is accused of using COVID-19 to kill political prisoners.
Two million Chinese coronavirus vaccine doses are due to be delivered to the junta this week.
For Min Aung Hlaing, throwing political enemies like U Nyan Win into COVID-infested jails is just another method of exterminating them.
A private doctor says coronavirus has spread through most Yangon and Bago households.
Civilians say they are struggling to survive in the forest.
The giant Shwe Kokko new city project near the Thai border has apparently stepped up operations since the February coup.
Today we remember the killings of Gen. Aung San and his colleagues in 1947; the independence hero’s daughter has suffered an even worse fate than his.
The 80-year-old stalwart of the elected ruling party was arrested within days of the coup for saying the takeover was a result of the military chief’s lust for power.
As crematoriums overflow, many now believe the regime is simply killing the people without bullets.