Aung San Suu Kyi
Myanmar security forces have killed hundreds of people since the coup, including dozens of minors.
She has not been seen in public or heard from since her arrest on Feb. 1.
Khin Maung Zhaw has still not seen his famous client since soldiers arrested her in the early hours of the coup.
Tensions are running high more than two weeks after the power grab.
Welcome to Naypyitaw, one of the world’s weirdest capital cities, and a challenging place to stage protests.
Dissidents who survived military rule recall a dark past and reflect on what protesters could face in months ahead.
The move comes after the junta restricted access to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
“We’re exploring all options,” a Kirin spokesperson told VICE World News.
She has still not been heard from after being arrested Monday.
“We cannot accept dictators and an unelected government,” one doctor said.
She initially assumed security was tightened because of parliament opening. Then she checked the news and became part of history.