As the military brazenly guns down its own citizens in ever-larger numbers, activists are finding new ways to resist.
With most internet access cut, one Frontier reporter struggles to keep their Ayeyarwady Region village informed while dictating stories to editors in Yangon by phone.
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A security guard was wounded in a bomb blast outside a military-owned bank in Mandalay yesterday, as the civilian death toll from the military’s brutal crackdown on dissent exceeds 700.
The military’s media bans, mass arrests and newsroom raids may have left newsstands barren, but professional and citizen journalists will continue recording the regime’s crimes.
Myanmar ambassador to the United Nations Kyaw Moe Tun has called for "strong action" against the regime, as dozens are killed in the military's latest crackdown.
For two weeks, security forces waged a bloody war on South Dagon Township, where martial law and an uneasy standstill prevails. Frontier spoke to residents who have risked everything to resist military rule.
With jobs in rural areas scarce, thousands of workers who have returned to their villages to escape violent crackdowns in Yangon are unable to support their families and are relying on relatives.
Britain today condemned "bullying" by Myanmar’s military government after the country's ambassador to London was ousted in an extraordinary diplomatic coup after calling for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi.
While boycotts targeting regime-compliant businesses gain momentum, some Myanmar tycoons and foreign investors are reluctant to burn bridges with the military.