Following the declaration of “defensive war” against the military junta by the opposition groups, incidences of violence against the defense volunteers and civilians have escalated
In addition to the ongoing direct and indirect violence, political instability, and spike in rights violations by the military forces, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is also adversely affecting the country’s populace
The Assistance Association of Political Prisoners also said 7,338 people, including political leaders, activists, students and unionists, have been arrested. As many as 5,730 people remain under detention across the country
CTUM, the largest labor group in Myanmar, is demanding that the international community extend support to starve and drive out the regime through comprehensive economic sanctions
Among those killed were members of the Depayin People’s Defense Force. Such groups have emerged across Myanmar to resist the junta in the aftermath of February’s coup
Four months after the military took power through a coup, Myanmar confronts a spike in COVID-19 cases. How are health workers dealing with the twin challenges of a pandemic and a repressive regime?
The military junta announced the suspension of a large percentage of teachers in Myanmar as a pressure tactic to compel them to return to schools ahead of the new session which begins from June
As of March 30th, the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) has estimated that 521 people have been killed so far.
A day after 114 people were killed by security forces in Myanmar, the military on Sunday opened fire on those who had gathered to mourn the dead in Yangon. Close to 450 people have been killed since the February 1 coup
At least 8 protestors were killed by security forces in Myanmar between March 12 and 13. Amid a steady escalation of state violence, the death toll is estimated to have crossed 70
Is it a coup if the military was already in power? Vijay Prashad examines the recent military coup in Myanmar through a political and geopolitical lens
The military headed by Min Aung Hlaing has declared in a television announcement that there will be “strict action against the offenders who disturb or destroy the state stability and rule of law”