There’s been a flurry of bold protests and calls to action against the militant group. Now comes the hard part.
One of the defendants isn’t even old enough to legally drink in the United States.
“They have given their lives. Compared to their sacrifice, my own sacrifice is nothing.”
She posted pictures of herself holding an assault rifle in a remote area.
“What’s really important is that we feel like we’re not alone in this fight.”
A CNN anchor said “the world is lucky” to have the network’s star correspondent covering the violent aftermath of a coup. Is it, really?
A viral exchange between an instructor in Canada and a student in Myanmar highlighted the fragile state of education under the junta.
“People don’t get shot for just protesting, but for a lot deeper reasons,” the mathematics instructor told a student under military rule in Myanmar.
Two poets have been killed and at least nine are under arrest.
The company is the first major conglomerate to break away from the Myanmar military.
“We cannot accept dictators and an unelected government,” one doctor said.