Also this week, the regime’s spokesman continued his harsh—and so far useless—threats, and the junta’s Information Team got an odd request…
The man’s body was found in a village well after the regime’s raids, which displaced thousands of villagers in Khin-U Township.
Captain Zay Thu Aung said the regime helicopter pilots who attacked a school last week would have seen the children they killed.
Regime troops on an island in the Ayeyarwady River shelled villagers on the riverbank in response to a resistance attack.
Miss Grand International Myanmar 2020 Han Lay tells The Irrawaddy that being targeted by the regime has strengthened her convictions.
Dr. Ye Lwin was due to be released from prison next month but now faces further charges.
Parents of two wounded children seized after the attacks on the monastic school have been told they are in Sagaing Region’s capital.
The Karen National Liberation Army and Kachin Independence Army have reported successful attacks on regime forces in Karen State and Sagaing Region.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres accused the regime of violating international humanitarian law over Friday’s Sagaing Region attack.
The Irrawaddy assesses the legacy of four National League for Democracy economic figures who helped stabilize finances after decades of military mismanagement.
Fierce fighting is ongoing in Moebye Town with junta forces launching artillery and airstrikes against civilians and resistance groups.
Regime helicopters and ground troops left 11 children dead amid claims that resistance groups were based in the monastery.
The regime’s envoy in Dhaka claimed the shelling is from insurgents, although airstrikes have repeatedly been reported.
Thousands have been displaced amid ongoing fighting in Moebye, southern Shan State.
The global charity appeared to put resistance groups and junta forces in the same category when it called for an end to attacks on schools and their use as camps.