With regimes increasingly controlling online access, is satellite internet capable of rescuing the world from digital dictatorship?
The deeply religious Dave Eubank leads the “Free Burma Rangers,” a humanitarian group drawn to conflict areas.
Entertainment figures, models, and social media personalities are facing charges for supporting anti-coup protests.
Kyaw Zwar Minn, who spent the night in his car outside the embassy, said it was “a kind of coup, in the middle of London”.
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?
There have been growing calls to oppose the junta with a "people’s army" as impatience with the international community wears thin.
“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.
As dozens die, Myanmar's pro-democracy forces look abroad for help. But will it come?
On International Women’s Day, protesters used women’s clothes in a creative show of defiance.
The 19-year-old has become a symbol of defiance after she was shot in the head at protests in Mandalay.