Freed after 67 days in detention, The Irrawaddy looks at the most pivotal moments during the arrest and imprisonment of three journalists.
Unlawful association case officially over for The Irrawaddy and Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) reporters.
Court plans hearing for Sept. 15 to formally withdraw case against three reporters.
Hsipaw Court judge will officially drop the charges on Monday.
Charges withdrawn against six journalists, two activists in Myanmar.
Myanmar’s human rights commission presents its findings to the defense ministry.
Defendants’ lawyers request bail for third time in unlawful association Trial.
The fate of three detained journalists depends upon the ruling of a judge who maintains he is under no pressure from the military.
Under amendments, judges can release on bail those charged under telecoms law.
The image of Myanmar’s State Counselor among Western democrats as a democracy hero has been sullied.
Police detain U Kyaw Myo Shwe for taking part in an anti-government protest in Mandalay.
The Irrawaddy looks back at how journalists defied their military rulers 29 years ago with a month of unprecedented reporting.
Yangon court grants U Kyaw Min Swe bail in military defamation case.
Hsipaw Township Court judge rejects bail for three journalists, saying he does not yet know enough about the case.
With the recent arrest of Ko Swe Win, The Irrawaddy profiles the journalists under attack for doing their jobs in Myanmar.