17 September 2021
1 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.8 - 23 km SE of Shwebo, Myanmar
Monsoon rains, floods and landslides caused major damage in Cox's Bazar refugee camps. 46,545 Rohingya refugees have already been affected, 21,000 are displaced.
Anti-government Protest in Tangse Village, Sagaing division today. Farmers protest in their working area in the field
After the sounds of gunfires and heavy weapons came out in Phalam city in the morning of Aug9, a military helicopter was flying over Hakha and Phalam city around 11AM according to eyewitnesses1 month ago
After the sounds of gunfires and heavy weapons came out in Phalam city in the morning of Aug9, a military helicopter was flying over Hakha and Phalam city around 11AM according to eyewitnesses
Young people from Taze Township & Farmers from one village joined the protest to overthrow the military dictatorship. (video)
A policeman was injured in an explosion near Pazundaung Market this evening (Aug 8 ), residents said. "The sound shook the car. There were lots of fumes. A policeman was dripping with blood," said an eyewitness. Photo: Mingalar Taung Nyunt Informations
A demonstration was held in Taze, Sagaing, today (Aug 8 ) to mark the 33rd anniversary of the 8.8.88 pro-democracy uprising against Myanmar's then-military dictatorship and to protest against the current junta. Photos: CJ
Shootings: SAC soldiers, military trucks are checking civilian cars passing through at Parami traffic light on Insein Road, Myaynigone skyover bridge after rounds of gunfires were heard near Hantharwaddy roundabout around 8:55 pm - witness Video
US Department of Justice: Two Myanmar nationals arrested for plotting to assassinate Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations
A bomb exploded at a traffic police office at the corner of Mahabandula Road and Phone Gyi Road in Lanmadaw Township around 4:30 pm today August 6. Please support Mizzima Media sustainability by clicking the link to donate -
Forces block roads in central Rangoon after blasts
Three bombs exploded in some tsps in Yangon this evening.After the explosions, military arrived near that places and blocked roads
Residents of Mandalay's Mya Taung took to the streets against the military government on Friday despite brutal crackdowns and arrests. (Photo: Poison)1 month ago
Residents of Mandalay's Mya Taung took to the streets against the military government on Friday despite brutal crackdowns and arrests. (Photo: Poison)
Villagers from northern Salingyi and eastern Yinmarbin in Sagaing Region continued their daily protest against the military government on Thursday for the 148th day in a row. (Photo: CJ)
Suspected Rohingya robber killed in Teknaf 'gunfight'
A brief readout from @StateDeptSpox of a conversation between @DeputySecState and the foreign minister of the shadow government opposing the BurmaCoup junta
MINGIN, Sagaing Region: KO MYO CHIT, 35, was KILLED while in interrogation at Kalay Interrogation Camp on August 3. He was ABDUCTED by SAC Militants in Taung Phyu village on July 28 along with 52 PDF members
A home completely destroyed by SAC artillery shell in Waimaw, near Myitkyina, last night1 month ago
A home completely destroyed by SAC artillery shell in Waimaw, near Myitkyina, last night
KACHIN: Myanmar military fired at least six heavy artillery to Laiza, headquarter of Kachin Independent Army (KIA) on Tuesday night,  -heavy fightings ongoing near Waimaw and Myitkyina  - Laiza is at day 6 of Covid-19 lockdown, locals say   Kachin1 month ago
KACHIN: Myanmar military fired at least six heavy artillery to Laiza, headquarter of Kachin Independent Army (KIA) on Tuesday night, -heavy fightings ongoing near Waimaw and Myitkyina - Laiza is at day 6 of Covid-19 lockdown, locals say Kachin
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Kachin: Myanmar military has been firing artillery to Laiza, headquarter of Kachin Independent Army, sending reinforcement to Winemaw, local news sources say. Happens a few days after sending letter to the KIA, begging to join their Ceasefire Agreement.
The SAC is using military choppers in Waingmaw where the shooting took place, at about 11 pm tonight the locals said. And, the SAC's troops have started shelling heavy artillery  the KIO headquarters in Laiza. Many people are fleeing immediately from their homes1 month ago
"The SAC is using military choppers in Waingmaw where the shooting took place, at about 11 pm tonight" the locals said. And, the SAC's troops have started shelling heavy artillery the KIO headquarters in Laiza. Many people are fleeing immediately from their homes
In Dawei Tsp, an evening protest march was held this evening in collaboration with the Dawei main strike and the Student strike to drive out the guard dogs
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A civilian was killed by a Myanmar military artillery strike last Thursday, after ethnic armed group the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) clashed with junta soldiers in Waingmaw Township, Kachin State
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Myanmar military leader takes title of prime minister in caretaker government - state media
In Monywa, Sagaing, residents marched against Myanmar's military dictatorship this morning (Jul 30), carrying signs and banners saying truth cannot be imprisoned, alluding to the government's arrest of protesters. Photos: CJ
To show respect to political prisoners detained by Myanmar's military junta, protesters in Yangon's Hlaing Tharyar Township marched this morning (Jul 30) carrying signs in their honour. Photos: CJ
Another footage shows a young protestor was violently arrested in today's crackdown at KyaukMyaung Tarmwe. If arrested by Junta with a "crime" of "protesting", we don't know when we can see this youth again. Young people in Myanmar speaking Truth about YouthPower
A plain-clothed person holding a rifle grabbed a protestor today evening in KyaukMyaung Yangon while youth were striking peacefully. Gun shots reported. Casualties & no. of arrests unknown yet
An anti-military protest took place in Laythunkhan village, Launglone Township
Military militants have been blocking the roads of Lan Madaw and La Thar Townships and turning cars since around 1:30 pm today in Yangon
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