The military and pro-military militias have been setting fire to villages in central Myanmar almost every day since December.
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Kaung Thu Win, a captain who defected in December, offered a rare firsthand account of intensified fighting in Chin, where the military junta has faced some of its fiercest armed resistance.
The notices started to appear in large numbers after the army announced it would take over properties of its opponents and arrest people giving shelter to protesters.
As Myanmar's military seeks to put down protest on the streets, a parallel battle is playing out on social media, with the junta using fake accounts to denounce opponents.
Family members of the air force chief have enjoyed a lifestyle that is out of reach for the vast majority of Myanmar's people.
Rohingya Muslims say Myanmar soldiers raped or sexually assaulted dozens of women in a remote village in the northwest of the country during the biggest upsurge in violence against the persecuted minority in four years. Eight Rohingya women, all from the village of U Shey ...