The European Union has sanctioned only one out of 31 firms identified as suppliers of arms and equipment to the junta since the coup, says Justice for Myanmar.
Resistance forces in Seikphyu Township, which has oil wells and ammunition factories, have reported heavy deployments of regime troops.
Online posts warn that the regime is trying to create a digital dictatorship and Starlink could unlock evidence of junta crimes.
An estimated 20 civilians, including children, remain in regime custody with no news about the extent of their injuries.
Lieutenant Colonel Myo Myint Aung has been appointed to run Yangon’s economy, despite having a military background.
The murder of former Brigadier General Ohn Thwin at his Yangon home at the weekend has reportedly sparked anxiety among other senior figures.
Tony Waters argues that Erin Murphy’s book, “Burmese Haze: US Policy and Myanmar’s Opening — and Closing”, fails to address the murky side of US involvement.
Phaung Sein Food owner Nang Shwe Kyar called for the 2021 coup and has since backed the regime, according to online activists.
Commanders in Karen State’s Border Guard Force are being denied retirement as the regime struggles to recruit troops and promote younger officers.
Defections and casualties are leaving the battalions under strength as troops burn down villages where they used to recruit.
Colonel Tin Moe Naing of Division 44 is being interrogated in Naypyitaw after a truckload of weapons and ammunition was sent into Karen National Union territory.
Fighting is increasing across Rakhine State as the Arakan Army increasingly establishes its own administration and seizes regime outposts.
The man’s body was found in a village well after the regime’s raids, which displaced thousands of villagers in Khin-U Township.
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.