What's happening in Myanmar

Updated 11 Aug 2022 at 06:08

AAPP's updating tracker of daily killings, arrests and people being held in detention relating to the attempted military coup in Myanmar from 1 February 2021.

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PHOTO: Thet Naing Oo,Killed in Custody, Twantay Township, Yangon Region, Killed on July 28

Graph shows total arrests, detentions, releases and killings of civilians and pro-democracy activists since the February 1,2021 military coup.'Killed' means total number of civilians and pro-democracy activists killed by the junta and pro-military groups.'Arrested' means total number of arrests since the coup.'Detained' means total number still under detention, including sentenced.'Released' means total number of released persons.

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Daily Briefings

Updated 11 Aug 2022 at 06:08

Updated 11 August 2022    According to AAPP documentation, at least (709) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and July 2022.   Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of  (2185) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military […]

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2185 people have been killed

Updated 11 Aug 2022 at 12:08

Below is an updating list of those whose lives have been taken standing up for democracy, freedom and truth. Do not forget them and what they stood and fought for. Click or tap to view for further information. Please contact us to add or suggest to change any information.

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Na Pwar (aka) Nyi Nyi Oo

Nay Nay Win Htet

Mya Thwet Thwet Khaing

Kyi Soe

Thet Naing Win (aka) Min Min

Tin Htut Hein

Wai Yan Tun

Yar Zar Aung

Zin Linn Htet

Nyi Nyi Aung Htet Naing

Day Si (aka) A Pu

Kyi Hlaing Min (aka) Gaung Gyi

Maung Maung Oo

Tin Nwet Yii

Hein Htut Aung

Nay Myo Oo (aka) Nay Linn Aung

Zin Myo Thu (aka) Abdul Rashi

Kyaw Htet Khaing (aka) Kyaw Htet Khaung

Pe Than (aka) Naw Ngo

Lwin Lwin Oo

Banyar Aung

Than Win (aka) Jun Mar Khan

Maung Soe (aka) Sithu Soe

Thiha Zaw (aka) Naung Naung

Arkar Moe (aka) Arkar Soe

Zaw Thein Aung

Myo Naing Linn (aka) Pho Linn

Naing Win

Zin Ko Ko Thaw (aka) Zin Ko Ko Zaw

Aung Myint Myat

Hein Htet Aung

Min Oo

Zin Myo Maung

Zwe Htet Soe

Yar Zar Min

Kyawt Nandar Aung

Nay Myo Aung

Myint Myint Zin (aka) Kyi Lin Aye

Min Khant Kyaw (aka) Phoe Thae

Kyal Sin (aka) Kyar Shie (aka) Angel

Kay Za Win (aka) Chan Thar Swe

Wai Yan (aka) Kan Chun

Phoe Chit

Htet Wai Htoo

Moe Aung

Tun Maung

Sithu Shein (aka) Myat Thu Shein

Nang Wai Aung

Zaw Myo

Naing Min Ko

Htwe Naing

Aung Myat Linn

Khin Maung Latt

Zin Min Htet

Thiha Oo

Ko Ko Lay (aka) Cho Tar

Zaw Myat Linn

Kyaw Ye Aung

Linn Htet

Zaw Zaw Aung (aka) Shwe Ah