After receiving no help from military regime, the Shan State Progress Party has launched its own vaccination program in northern Shan State.
For Min Aung Hlaing, throwing political enemies like U Nyan Win into COVID-infested jails is just another method of exterminating them.
Military regime criticized for lack of foresight as shortage of medical oxygen and overwhelmed hospitals drives surge in fatalities.
A key NLD figure and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s personal lawyer, U Nyan Win caught coronavirus while being held in Insein Prison.
Sean Turnell, a senior adviser to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, is being held in Insein Prison, where coronavirus cases are surging.
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.
U Aung Kyaw Kyaw Oo is accused of leading a civilian defense force in Hlaing Township, in the latest move by the regime to link NLD members to ‘destructive actions’.
Insein Prison in Yangon remains locked down with coronavirus cases spiking and thousands of political detainees being held in overcrowded conditions.
The party embodies the people’s desire for a better future; Gen Z activists’ ingenuity and determination offer hope that the struggle to achieve this is in good hands.
Ari Ben-Menashe said he would suspend his efforts to re-brand the military regime as international sanctions prevented him from being paid for his work.
Through its incompetence, Myanmar’s dictatorial junta has exacerbated the country’s third wave of COVID-19.
On this day in 1995, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was released from six years of house arrest ordered by the former junta.
Dr. Zaw Myint Maung, who is also the ousted Mandalay Region Chief Minister, faces new case under Anti-Corruption Law.
After five months of worsening instability on its border, Beijing would be open to a negotiated settlement, some NLD insiders say.