Sydney based, Burmese-Thai photographer Zarni Kuniead Tun captures the warmth, closeness and vulnerable humanness of the everyday.
The reporter said he was given a choice by soldiers holding him captive—rape the woman next door, or be raped himself.
There are 55 million people in Myanmar. About 20 of them are Jewish.
The Myanmar junta’s cruelty has upended lives and pushed many into violent resistance.
“What’s really important is that we feel like we’re not alone in this fight.”
An image of a Myanmar nun pleading with police went viral. Here’s what happened.
Dr. Aye Nyein Thu has worked on the front lines of anti-coup protests in Mandalay.
Tensions are running high more than two weeks after the power grab.
Dissidents who survived military rule recall a dark past and reflect on what protesters could face in months ahead.
A guide to preparing for internet shutdowns, and how to communicate more safely when online.
The move comes after the junta restricted access to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing added coup to his atrocity-laden resume this week.