Pro-military Facebook accounts are seeking to drive a wedge between ethnic armed groups and civilian resistance with disinformation, but are struggling to break the unity of the anti-coup opposition.
Security forces are increasingly arresting the family members of activists who are on the run – effectively holding them hostage without charge.
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A shortage of women officers in the Myanmar Police Force is hampering its ability to investigate sexual crimes and human trafficking but recruitment is a challenge, partly because of rules favouring men… and a lack of changing rooms in some stations.
Amendments to the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Law appear to be a knee-jerk response to recent protests in Rakhine and Kayah states and on university campuses, and threaten to further undermine the NLD’s democratic credentials.
Frontier speaks to U Htu Htu Aung, executive director of Supreme Group of Companies, about the government's new LNG power plan.