Execution of 4 activists by junta puts peace in Myanmar further out of reach — Radio Free Asia

Ko Ko Gyi, a leader of Myanmar Prominent 88 Generation Student Group and current People's Party Chairman, talks to journalists during a press briefing at their 88 Generation Students Peace and Open Society Office, June 15, 2015, in Yangon, Myanmar. Credit: Associated Press

The execution of former student leader Ko Jimmy and three other democracy activists by Myanmar’s junta could become a serious obstacle to resolving the country’s political crisis, analysts and observers said Tuesday. The official Global New Light of Myanmar on Monday announced the executions of Ko Jimmy, whose real name is Kyaw Min Yu, former

Conflict since coup pushes Myanmar’s displaced to nearly 900,000 — Radio Free Asia

Kayah war refugees in Southern Shan State's Naungdaw township,  Jan. 30, 2022. Credit: Khu San Oo

Supply paths obstructed. An authorities with the Chin Affairs Federation, who asked to be identified just as Mary, said the junta is actively blocking materials to the location, worsening food scarcities. ” People in the nation are now living in worry. As quickly as the soldiers go into a town, their top priority is to

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