Myanmar Frees US Journalist Danny Fester

A U.S. journalist sentenced to 11 years in prison by a Myanmar junta court was released on Monday, his employer and an American diplomat confirmed.

Myanmar Military Shells Churches, Orphanage

Myanmar’s military has shelled a town in the country’s Christian majority state, destroying at least three churches, an orphanage, and more than 160 homes and offices, aid workers say.

Four Killed As Myanmar Army Attacks Church

Four civilians were killed and eight more injured in an attack by Myanmar’s ruling army on a Catholic Church in the east of the troubled nation, leading junta opponents said Monday.

Religious Freedom Report: 14 nations are “Countries of Particular Concern”

The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) published its 2021 Annual Report earlier this month, redesignating 10 nations as Countries of Particular Concern (CPC) and recommending to the State Department that India, Russia, Syria, and Vietnam now be given that designation as well.

90 Killed In Myanmar’s Bloodiest Day

More than 90 people, including children, were killed on Myanmar’s bloodiest day since last month’s military coup, despite appeals from local church leaders for peace.

Myanmar Army Kills Over 100 Protestors

Myanmar’s military rulers declared martial law in a large area of the country’s largest city Yangon after security forces killed more than 100 pro-democracy protesters since Saturday.

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