Experts believe that the increasing number of people buying art as an investment has prompted the rise in counterfeit paintings.
The economic crisis sparked by the junta’s coup has sent locals out onto the Yangon River to collect trash in an effort to support their families.
Citizens across the country stayed indoors to remember two years since the military seized power.
Regime chief Min Aung Hlaing has promised electric buses in Yangon and two firms are reportedly importing Chinese vehicles.
Yangon resistance representatives say U Kyaw Min Than, a retired major, was an informant whose informant led to several arrests.
This day in 2021 saw the first in a series of protests engineered by U Khin Yi, now USDP chairman, targeting election officials for certifying the NLD’s poll win.
PDFs nationwide have launched non-lethal bomb attacks as a final warning to people aiding the military regime’s preparations for its sham general election.
Two activists died trying to avoid arrest by jumping from a Yangon building and three who survived have been sentenced.
Senior members of the junta were among those gathering ahead of the regime’s planned general election next year.
Locals fear security crackdown as chief of junta-backed party issues a call to arms in preparation for regime’s ‘election’ next year.
The Daw Khin Kyi Foundation, named after Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s mother, owns property and cash worth billions of kyats.
As the regime escalates airstrikes against resistance and civilian targets, PDFs have stepped up their attacks on junta air bases across the country.
The Dagon University Students were arrested in April for their alleged involvement in the shooting of a former military officer.
Zaw Naing Win was gunned down at his “generals’ village” home despite hiring bodyguards.
Regime tightens control on financial flows in commercial capital, sparking concern among business owners already struggling with soaring costs.