He shattered the country and forever disgraced the military to get his hands on the reins of political power, but how long can Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing hold on to them?
The use of artillery on civilian targets has led to talk of possible genocide being committed against the ethnic Chin community of Mindat.
The Kachin Independence Army is trying to take control of a strategic road linking Kachin and Shan states.
Writer Hnin Pan Eain, her husband and son were seized by the security forces at their home in a nighttime raid.
Myingyan Township villagers held off hundreds of regime soldiers for hours using largely homemade arms.
Senior academics are refusing to work under the military regime and say recruitment attempts will fail.
Since independence there have been several failed military rebellions, giving little encouragement to those hoping a mutiny will topple today’s junta.
The Irrawaddy charts how the February coup has economically devastated the country in just over three months.
The civilian accomplices who tell the junta when and where to arrest protesters are part of a long tradition of treachery in the country.
Daw Moe Hsan Suu Kyi was among several Rakhine National League for Democracy members seized over the weekend.
After being imprisoned for nearly 100 days by the junta since the coup, Ko Mya Aye faces hate speech charges for an email he wrote in 2014.
Myanmar’s civilian National Unity Government says the people do not want it to hold talks with the junta.
While some senior Arakan National Party members remain open-minded about working with the junta, voters and some members think differently.
The US-ASEAN Business Council says President Joe Biden should appoint a special envoy to help end Myanmar’s crisis.
Regime-appointed ward administrators and police informants are increasingly being targeted.