“It pained me to think that while being torturing by the Khmer Rouge, my mother chose not to come out and protect or at least beg forgiveness for me.”
Defence lawyers in the trial of two Burmese men accused of killing two British backpackers on a Thai resort island last year said on Wednesday they would focus on the…
Doctors are obliged to maintain professional ethnics. The health of our political prisoners is an emergency, and we cannot wait.
MNHRC says Par Gyi died from gunshot wounds to the head, chest, thigh and heel, but there was no evidence of torture. His widow and her lawyer reject the findings.
DVB speaks exclusively with Sitt Myaing, the chairman of the Myanmar National Human Rights Commission, about the investigation into Par Gyi’s untimely death.
According to eye-witness Nay Myo Zin, the corpse showed signs of torture: a broken jaw, a caved in skull and swelling on the torso indicating broken ribs.