By Ashley Lampard • Mar 11, 2021
In a country infamous for its restrictive press freedom environment, and with his reporting exposing the nefarious behaviour of violent gangsters, how does Vietnam’s preeminent investigative journalist Do Doan Hoang navigate one of the country's most dangerous jobs?
By Agence France-Presse • Mar 10, 2021
Myanmar security forces searched homes in Yangon's San Chaung neighbourhood on Tuesday March 10 for anti-coup protesters, targeting apartments flying the flag of Aung San Suu Kyi's party.
By Agence France-Presse • Mar 08, 2021
Following a trade union call for a general strike on Monday March 8 in response to a weekend of night raids and arrests, anti-coup protesters in Myanmar are once again taking to the streets in mass numbers.
By Agence France-Presse • Mar 04, 2021
After dozens of people were killed in the deadliest day of the junta's crackdown, defiant anti-coup protesters returned to cities and towns across Myanmar on Thursday.
The outsized roles played by the Thai and Myanmar militaries in the affairs of their respective countries has led to a close bond between the two. Now, the Myanmar coup has brought them closer than ever – but at what cost to Thailand's standing at home and abroad?
By Mark S. Cogan • Mar 04, 2021
Six journalists have been charged by the Myanmar military over their coverage of anti-coup protests, according to their lawyer.
By Agence France-Presse • Mar 03, 2021
Myanmar's military junta is facing regional pressure from ASEAN, with some Southeast Asian powers breaking diplomatic traditions and delivering unusually harsh rebukes as part of an effort to end deadly crackdowns against anti-coup protesters.
By Agence France-Presse • Mar 02, 2021
Ousted Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was arrested in the February 1 military coup and has not been seen since, is due to face court on Monday March 1 after a deadly weekend crackdown against pro-democracy protests.
By Agence France-Presse • Mar 01, 2021
Myanmar security forces shot dead at least six protesters on February 28, in what has been the bloodiest day of action so far from the military in their attempts to smother growing opposition to the coup
By Agence France-Presse • Feb 28, 2021
Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations made an emotional plea on February 26 to the international community for the "strongest possible action" against the military junta, as riot police across the country continued to violently crack down on anti-coup protesters.
By Agence France-Presse • Feb 27, 2021
Last week, Malaysian independent news outlet Malaysiakini was fined half-a-million ringgit over user comments left on an article of theirs. Zikri Kamarulzaman, a journalist at the outlet, spoke of the chilling effect the ruling could have on press freedom in the country
By Huei Ting Cheong • Feb 26, 2021
A torrent of misinformation on Facebook has put activists, journalists, politicians, and lawyers across the Philippines at risk as President Rodrigo Duterte's government and military out alleged supporters of a decades-old Maoist insurgency.
By Cecil Morella and Jake Soriano/AFP • Feb 25, 2021