Political prisoners across Myanmar have continued to express dissent from inside, often with violent consequences, as tensions simmer with prison officials.
Resistance forces have humiliated coup leader Min Aung Hlaing but victory may require a lengthy struggle, and society must stay resilient in the meantime.
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The ousted leader seemed in good health as she appeared in court on Monday, her lawyer said, as her trial continued with the capital grappling with a COVID-19 spike.
A police cybersecurity team is working with state- and military-owned mobile operators to monitor phone users in real time, and to identify and track regime opponents online.
The Kamaryut Media founder and US citizen, who was freed in June, says leaving his colleague Hanthar Nyein behind in prison "broke my heart".
As turmoil from the February 1 coup continues to wreak havoc on the economy, Frontier has again spoken to businesspeople in a range of sectors about the challenges they face in these uncertain times.
Complaint letter filed with the court confirms that police arrested Frontier managing editor Danny Fenster because they believed he was working at Myanmar Now, despite him having resigned from the media outlet in July 2020.
With bars shuttered, universities empty and hook-up apps poleaxed by internet blackouts, dating got much harder in post-coup Myanmar, but young people are still finding love -- often in the heady rush of anti-junta protests.