Tag: Burma

US Department of State releases report on religious freedom across the world

The reports was announced back in November. Its full version has recently been released.

Burmese military targeted a Catholic village several times

Thousands of people were forced to flee their homes to nearby safe areas.

Over one hundred religious buildings destroyed by Burmese military

Myanmar’s regime has shelled churches even during times of peace between the military junta and the grassroots resistance forces.

Ousted religious affairs minister receives 12-year sentence from Junta

Aung Sang Suu Kyi is facing nearly a dozen charges that carry a combined maximum prison sentence of more than 100 years.

US declares violence against Myanmar religious minority "genocide"

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken made the announcement this morning at the symbolically chosen US Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Burmese nuns forced to flee military junta in Myanmar

The current situation demonstrates the daily suffering that many Christians throughout Myanmar.

Catholic church damaged by the Junta's airstrike in Myanmar

For more than one year, the Tatmadaw fails to take control of the country with a coup and continues to attack civilians.

Catholic churches continue to be targeted by attacks in Myanmar

More than half of Kayah state’s population of 300,000 have been internally displaced given the escalating fighting.

Catholic church attacked amid intensifying clashes in Myanmar

An estimate of 170,000 people is thought to have left homes in Myanmar’s Kayah state due to worsening attacks.

At least 35 civilians burned alive by Burmese army on Christmas Eve

At least 651 houses, six churches one clinic in Kayah state were destroyed between May and December 2020.