Letters have been sent to MPs elected in the 2020 general election telling them not to communicate with the National Unity Government and its related organizations.
The charges include alleged possession of illegally imported walkie-talkies and breaching of COVID-19 restrictions.
The junta-controlled health authorities in Sagaing Region and Chin State are struggling to handle coronavirus cases crossing the Indian border.
Dr. Htar Htar Lin, the national immunization director, is among 27 doctors facing lengthy jail terms after being arrested in recent days.
Ex-Tatmadaw captains tell online forum many soldiers feel the coup was wrong but do not dare speak out for fear that they and their families will be arrested or killed.
It is the first major damage to a Chinese investment since a string of arson attacks in March on factories in Yangon.
The soldiers were returning after raiding an abandoned village, sources said.
At least 21 tortured bodies, including National League for Democracy members, election officials and pro-democracy activists, have been returned to families.
Increasing numbers of Kayah civilians are in hiding as the military steps up attempts to seize the strategic Demoso Township.
The Tanintharyi Region clinic provides care to over 2,000 HIV and TB patients.
Staff at the Naypyitaw restaurant did not know the customer was the regime’s Home Affairs Minister Lieutenant General Soe Htut’s son.
Karenni Nationalities Defense Force spokesman Khu Daniel tells The Irrawaddy that the experienced armed group will stand by the people.
Ethnic Rakhine groups have condemned the shadow government’s policy as an attempt to win international support.
The shadow National Unity Government is already planning to prosecute those responsible for human rights abuses.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi says nine detainees and her dog need food and medicine but she does not want support from those detaining her.