New research identifies companies from around a dozen countries—many of which are from the West—that have contributed to the country’s arms industry.
The discovery connects the family to ongoing criminal proceedings, while also raising questions about involvement in other illicit activity.
Up to 80 people have been killed, local celebrities and civilians among them, after the junta dropped four bombs on a celebration in Kachin State.
A military court in Myanmar found the former doctor guilty of “harming culture and dignity,” in a conviction slammed as politically motivated.
As the ruling junta gears up for elections next year, those caught supporting its political opponents on social media may face up to 10 years in prison.
The reporter said he was given a choice by soldiers holding him captive—rape the woman next door, or be raped himself.
While the military has condemned more than 100 people to death since the coup, including two children, the executions were the first since the 1980s.
Consumption of the psychoactive beverage, which sees MDMA, meth, ketamine and diazepam dissolved in liquid, is on the rise in Asia.
Bears, pangolins, leopard cats: It’s shockingly easy to buy some of the most endangered species globally on the world's largest social media platform.
It's only the eighth time the U.S. has made such a designation, which was based on survivor reports of murder and gang rape by the country's military.
Lawyers in Singapore argued in defence of Suriya Krishnan, saying he was “provoked” by his domestic helper from Myanmar.
A year since the coup, a return to their old lives seems a distant prospect for the thousands of ordinary people who took up arms to fight for democracy.