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The Weekend Briefing: Sunday, June 19, 2022


Thursday, June 16, 2022


Junta cannibalizes own Yangon chiefs on accusations of graft


SAC renews threat to execute democracy figures after rumors of imminent hangings spread panic


No repatriation for Hindu and Muslim Rohingya displaced by Rakhine war despite junta promises


The Daily Briefing: Wednesday, June 15, 2022


Magway PDFs debunk junta defection claims


The Daily Briefing: Tuesday, June 14, 2022


Burma’s challenges “deepened and expanded dramatically”: UN Special Envoy


AA claims “hundreds” of defectors as SAC number two visits troops in Rakhine


Hun Sen’s death sentence appeal to junta falls on deaf ears


Fortification of Ayeyarwady’s police stations raises concern amongst local people


Australian Sean Turnell charged, will face military tribunal


WHO driver assassinated: Guerrilla group says victim pedophile relative of SAC chief


300 undocumented Burmese detained in Thailand after killing


International outrage as junta says it will hang leading pro-democracy figures


JOOX exits: Dictator’s daughter’s music app to cease operations following boycott


Over 15,000 undocumented Burmese arrested in Thailand in May alone, despite MoU restart


Historically high fuel prices hampering aid efforts, damaging livelihoods across Burma


UN IDP rice donations being funnelled to Pekon wholesale markets


In Thailand, Myanmar migrants’ illicit unions fight to be heard


Chongqing-Mandalay train link begins operations, track build stalled within Burma


Pro-military PNO forcing Pa-O men into new militias


Burma’s AAPP recognized at German peace awards


Military lending to major banks as experts fear sector meltdown


The Economist is at risk of believing the Burmese military’s propaganda: A response from DVB on behalf of independent Burmese media


New Mon State Party second EAO to work with junta following talks


The amnesties appeasing the Burmese military’s drug squads


Yawd Serk’s RCSS becomes first major EAO to back junta following talks


KNLA take back Thay Baw Bo camp from military, decades after losing the position


Slow reopening of Thai MoU system fails to halt flow of migrants heading across the border


NUG FM continues US diplomatic mission with McConnell meet


Leak suggests 27 leading cronies banned from leaving Burma


Failure to launch: 90% of Burma’s cinemas shutter one month after junta’s forced reopening


Sittwe University to admit Rohingya students after ten year ban


Junta’s election body suspends minor party; NLD and SNLD face similar prospect


100 civilians still hostage after being used as human shield by military in KNU territory


Rakhine Tourism reports successful Thingyan holiday period


As NUG steps up the rhetoric, Min Aung Hlaing offers in person talks with EAO leaders


Detained COVID vaccine roll-out chiefs sentenced to three years


Dead body of wife of NLD Mandalay chief dumped in street by soldiers following capture


Military using slave labor to fortify crony coal project in Shan


Burma Army burns its way through Magway’s Pauk township


Junta orders all troops to be in “state of readiness”


NUG Defense Min: We have factory arms production capacity


KNU declares five new self-administered zones in Bago and Kayin


INTERVIEW: “Myanmar Diaries” wins five awards in six weeks


The Daily Briefing — Friday, Apr. 7, 2022


NUG to pay soldiers up to US$500,000 for sabotage or “return” to PDF of military vehicles, vessels, equipment


Daughter of deceased man accuses Arakan Army of torture


    
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