Myanmar junta using imported arms to commit rights violations, says UN expert
Countries named include Russia, China, Singapore, and India.
Myanmar junta pardons thousands jailed for dissent against military
Those who re-offend will have to serve the remainder of their sentence with an additional penalty.
Thailand opposition leader says unity needed to beat military
Thailand's election, on May 14, is shaping up as a contest between pro-military conservatives and the populist opposition led by Pheu Thai Party and its ally the Move Forward Party.
Myanmar's junta pardons over 3,000 prisoners for New Year
The military-led government has jailed thousands of opponents and pro-democracy activists since it seized power in 2021 and brutally put down protests, drawing global condemnation.
International anger as air strikes kill dozens in Myanmar
The death toll from the early morning strike on the remote Kanbalu township in Sagaing region is unclear although at least 50 fatalities have been reported.
Thousands flee into Thailand after fighting between Myanmar military, rebels
The clashes broke out when rebels in the southern Karen state attacked a military border guard outpost, according to reports.
Myanmar junta dissolves Suu Kyi's party as election deadline passes
The hugely popular Nobel laureate Suu Kyi is among scores of members jailed since the coup and is serving 33 years for multiple counts of corruption, a breach of a state secrets law and incitement, among other crimes.
At least 22 killed in suspected massacre at Myanmar monastery
A spokesman for Myanmar's junta says its troops had been involved in clashes with rebel fighters in the Pinlaung region of southern Shan state but had not harmed any civilians.
Myanmar junta imposes tough new measures on resistance strongholds
Myanmar has been in turmoil since a 2021 coup ousted Aung San Suu Kyi's government, and a subsequent crackdown on dissent has sparked fighting across swathes of the nation.
Myanmar junta extends state of emergency, delaying elections
The state of emergency was due to expire at the end of January and the military had been widely expected to announce on Wednesday that it would prepare for the polls.
Myanmar marks coup anniversary with eyes on junta election plan
Western powers launched a fresh broadside of sanctions against the generals on the anniversary, but previous rounds have shown little sign of throwing the junta off course.
UN says Myanmar junta elections will fuel violence
Myanmar has been in turmoil since the military toppled democracy figurehead Aung San Suu Kyi's civilian government almost two years ago, alleging massive fraud during elections her party won in 2020.