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Junta soldiers desecrate churches, destroy food stocks in Myanmar’s Chin state,...

"They were drinking and behaving in the local church in Chat Village of Mindat Township, as if it was a tavern”

Hundreds flee during four days of fighting in Myanmar’s Shan state

Clashes began on Aug. 28 when military troops attacked members of the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army

Dozens of civilians die following military interrogations in Myanmar, says report

The report said at least 41 people who have been questioned as suspects by the authorities have died in detention centers

The longest journey in life: from head to heart; from untruth...

After so many months of suffering, each one of us need to rebuild ourselves.

Fighting seen intensifying in Myanmar as junta deploys more troops in...

Fighting is likely to continue in the coming days as more military units advance on villages east of Loikaw

Myanmar’s Cardinal Bo calls for peace as soldiers stage raids, arrests

On Tuesday, August 24, at least 30 young people were detained in Yangon as authorities conducted a series of raids

Myanmar military stops plan to use Buddhist monks in checkpoints

The decision came after the Buddhist community in the city expressed their strong opposition to the military’s proposal

Japan refuses to issue visas for diplomats from Myanmar

Government sources in Japan say that allowing the new diplomats would be tantamount to recognizing the military coup

Myanmar military arrests more journalists

Arrested were Sithu Aung Myint, commentator with Voice of America, and Htet Htet Khine, freelance producer for BBC Media Action

Cardinal Bo of Yangon: Jesus has the eternal words of consolation

Life is full of tests. It’s the tests of life that bring our selfish nature to the surface.

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