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World  /  Published 14.03.21

Myanmar: twelve die in police firing

Myanmar security forces killed at least 12 people, witnesses and media reported, as the acting leader of a civilian parallel government vowed in a first public address on Saturday to pursue a “r...
By Reuters in Yangon

World  /  Published 13.03.21

No respite for scribes

A court in Myanmar extended custody on Friday for five journalists, including one from U.S. news agency the Associated Press, who were arrested while covering anti-junta protests in the biggest city o...
By Reuters

World  /  Published 13.03.21

Britons asked to leave Myanmar

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By Reuters

World  /  Published 12.03.21

Junta adds 'bribery' to Suu Kyi charges

Myanmar’s junta added new bribery allegations to its charges against deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday, while an advocacy group said security forces killed 12 protesters in one of the ...
By Reuters in Yangon

World  /  Published 12.03.21

Hanging clothes to spook troops

As women take a frontline role in anti-coup protests in Myanmar, some have found an inventive way of defying military rule — hanging traditional sarongs, underwear and even sanitary pads in the ...
By Reuters in Yangon

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World  /  Published 11.03.21

Myanmar: police circle protesters

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By Reuters

World  /  Published 10.03.21

Myanmar: ‘An army with a heart of darkness’

The soldiers from Myanmar’s army knocked on U Thein Aung’s door one morning last April as he was having tea with friends, and demanded that all of them accompany the platoon to another vil...
By Richard C. Paddock in New York

World  /  Published 10.03.21

NLD official ‘dies in police custody’

An official from deposed Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) died in custody after he was arrested early on Tuesday, a former parliamentarian said, the second p...
By Reuters

Opinion  /  Published 07.03.21

Myanmar’s military is sticking to its battle plans

Myanmar remains in the midst of a pro-democracy uprising that continues to challenge the country’s generals more than a month after the military coup. While the protesters and the civil disobedi...
By Larry Jagan  

World  /  Published 04.03.21

Myanmar: UN confirms 38 police killings

Thirty-eight people were killed in Myanmar on Wednesday as the military quelled protests in several towns and cities, the UN said, the most violent day since demonstrations against last month’s ...
By Reuters in New York


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