Ashin Gambira, one of Burma’s most well-known dissidents, has been formally indicted at a Mandalay court six weeks after his arrest.
During the first hearing, Robert San Aung tried to get bail for his client on health grounds, as there is no proper psychiatric healthcare in prison, but the request was…
Jailed for religious defamation, New Zealander Phil Blackwood is the sole foreigner on Amnesty International’s list of 91 prisoners of conscience in Burma.
Eight months into a 13 years and four months prison sentence, veteran activist Htin Kyaw is showing signs of mental strain.
Leading figures in 88 Generation Peace and Open Society say they will concentrate efforts on helping the NLD win the election.
Doctors are obliged to maintain professional ethnics. The health of our political prisoners is an emergency, and we cannot wait.