The National Unity Government’s plan to end discrimination against the Rohingya and replace the 1982 Citizenship Law could face opposition from among its own supporters – if the parallel government gets the chance to implement it.
A network of hardline, pro-military groups known as Pyusawhti is doing its best to spread terror among the population as it fights a dirty war against the democratic forces resisting the coup.
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Although few striking civil servants have returned to work, many in the Civil Disobedience Movement are starting to waver because of intimidation, legal threats and a lack of financial support.
State schools are set to reopen on June 1 for the first time in a year but tens of thousands of teachers remain on strike, and many students are expected to boycott to show their opposition to the military coup.
Frontier Myanmar calls for the immediate and unconditional release of managing editor Danny Fenster, who was detained a week ago at Yangon International Airport.
The Chin armed group has formally partnered with the National Unity Government to "demolish the dictatorship".
In a country which in normal times exports rice, beans and fruit, millions will go hungry in the coming months, the World Food Programme has warned.
A goalkeeper boycotting Myanmar's World Cup qualifiers has urged his teammates to "stand with the people" and raise the three-finger salute while playing in Japan.
French energy giant Total said the military regime would no longer receive cash payments linked to a pipeline operated jointly with Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise.