An official of her foundation denied corruption charges against her, saying she has nowhere to live upon retirement as she gave so many of her possessions to the charity.
The damage to China’s standing among Myanmar’s people grows more serious with each day that Beijing supports the illegitimate military regime.
The civilian Chinland Defense Force says it lost about 30 fighters in the same period—far fewer than the military, despite being seriously outgunned.
In a leaked Viber call, the Home Affairs Minister’s wife warns her companions to conceal their junta ties and says anti-regime hit squads are targeting their homes.
Global financial institutions face a clear choice: commit to sanctions compliance or risk crippling penalties and losing access to the US financial system.
Pyu Saw Htee groups are accused of attacking civilian targets in an attempt to discredit the anti-regime People’s Defense Forces and National Unity Government.
Wang Yi’s comments are seen as a sign the two countries are gearing up to move long-planned Chinese investment projects in Myanmar into the implementation phase.
In its seventh legal case against her, the regime accuses her of accepting cash and gold from the Yangon chief minister and of misusing her charitable organization.
Residents say military collaborators living in the residential complex informed on the group; a doctor was killed during the May raid that led to their arrest.
Prioritizing humanitarian assistance in negotiations with the junta risks legitimizing it and delaying action needed to end the regime’s violence against civilians.
The international agency called on the regime’s security forces to allow safe passage of humanitarian supplies and personnel in southeastern Myanmar.
Dr. Aung Moe Nyo, who is also the National League for Democracy’s secretary, faces an additional charge under the Natural Disaster Management Law.
The junta can’t deliver the stability China needs on its southern border, and any hopes that ASEAN can have a positive influence are misguided.
Junta troops killed five people in Ayeyarwady; bombs exploded in several places; soldiers razed monuments to Gen. Aung San in Karen; Kayah fighters battled regime troops.
The current regime leader is going even further than his predecessors in trying to bury the country’s most popular party; he will be even less successful.