100 days since Myanmar's military takeover, how the country continues to resist force, fight for democracy
The military takeover of Myanmar early in the morning of 1 February reversed the country's slow climb towards democracy after five decades of army rule. But Myanmar's citizens were not shy about demanding their democracy be restored.
Win Htet Oo is one of Myanmar's top swimmers but in early April, the 26-year-old said he was no longer interested in going to Tokyo.
Myanmar coup: Civil servants, policemen taking refuge in Mizoram say ready to return and stand with 'our people'
The early arrivals have been in Mizoram for more than a month. Their life subsisting thanks to the contributions of well-wishers and their hosts
Myawaddy Bank's biggest branch in Mandalay was targeted on Sunday morning and a security guard was injured in the explosion, according to local media
Thirty-year-old Lynn Thant, not his real name, started the underground newsletter and gave it the edgy name Molotov to appeal to young people.
On 6 March, 168 Rohingya found living illegally in Jammu during a verification drive were shifted to a holding centre
Myanmar actor who backed anti-coup protests arrested as junta hunts 120 celebrities amid crackdown on dissent
Paing Takhon, 24 — a star in both Myanmar and neighbouring Thailand — has been active in the protest movement both in person at rallies and through his massive social media following.
Amid Myanmar military coup, online pop-up markets raise funds for protests, rouse political consciousness among citizens
Everything from clothes and toys, to music lessons and outdoor adventures are on sale. Proceeds from the virtual rummage sales go to the protest movement’s shadow government and other related political causes.
Pictures on social media showed eggs adorned with Suu Kyi's likeness and three-finger salutes, a symbol of the resistance, while others said 'save our people' and 'democracy'
Myanmar coup: At UN, India calls for release of detained leaders, urges military to exercise 'maximum restraint'
India's TS Tirumurti said that the situation should be resolved peacefully, and urged world leaders to carry out 'greater engagement' with the ruling regime
With mobile communications blocked, Facebook banned and nightly internet shutdowns, Myanmar’s mainstream media has come to rely on citizen journalists for videos and news tips
Three armed rebel groups in Myanmar are threatening to 'fight back' if the military does not stop killing anti-coup protesters
Thai prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said that the country doesn't want 'mass migration' but that it is preparing for an influx of people
In this paranoid world, the thumping that Aung San Suu Kyi’s NLD delivered to the military’s proxy party in November’s elections was easily portrayed as electoral fraud
Global condemnation grows after Myanmar security forces open fire on civilians in bloodiest day since coup
The United Nations put Saturday's toll at 107 people, including seven children, but expects it to rise further
Several conflicting factors are at play in the ongoing dispute — including ethnic ties across borders, international relations and concerns about illegal immigration
The fire at Balukhali camp in Cox's Bazar district broke out in the late afternoon and spread quickly through at least four blocks
The Karen National Union, the leading political body for the Karen, for now is shouldering all of the displaced people’s basic needs for food, shelter and security.
UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said this included 38 people killed on Sunday, the majority in the Hlaing Thayer area of Yangon, Myanmar's largest city
At least 44 protesters were killed on Sunday as security forces cracked down on pro-democracy demonstrations, taking the toll since the coup to more than 120