Myanmar Military Junta
World  /  Published 16.10.21

No Asean invite for junta chief

Southeast Asian foreign ministers agreed on Friday to exclude the chief of Myanmar’s ruling junta from a summit of regional leaders later this month, according to five sources with knowledge of ...
By Reuters in Bangkok

World  /  Published 09.10.21

Myanmar army plans worry UN

The UN human rights office said on Friday it is concerned the military in Myanmar could be preparing an imminent attack aimed at its opponents amid a build-up of heavy weapons and troops in areas of t...
By Reuters in Geneva

World  /  Published 23.09.21

Myanmar town near India hit by violence

Most of the population of a Myanmar town near the Indian border have fled after buildings were set ablaze by artillery amid fighting between militia forces opposed to military rule and the army, accor...
By Reuters in Bangkok

World  /  Published 18.09.21

700,000 without Net in Myanmar

Around 700,000 people in Myanmar are estimated to have lost Internet access after attacks on telecommunication equipment run by Mytel, the partly army-controlled company said amid reports that dozens ...
By Reuters in Bangkok

World  /  Published 02.08.21

Junta extends rule by 2 years

Six months to the day after Myanmar’s military staged a coup and imposed a reign of terror over the country, the junta’s leader, Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, said on Sunday that a national...
By Hannah Beech


World  /  Published 24.07.21

Myanmar selects new envoy to UK

Myanmar has selected a new representative to the UK, replacing the ambassador who was ousted from the embassy in a dramatic standoff after breaking ranks with the military over its February 1 coup, tw...
By Reuters in Bangkok

Opinion  /  Published 14.07.21

A different script for Myanmar

India’s Myanmar policy has been China-centric. With the Bharatiya Janata Party’s ascendancy in politics, India’s policymakers have been obsessed with not pushing Myanmar towards Beij...
By Subir Bhaumik

World  /  Published 01.07.21

Myanmar frees 2,000 detainees

Myanmar freed more than 2,000 detainees on Wednesday, among them journalists and others who the ruling military said had been held on incitement charges for taking part in protests, local media report...
By Reuters in Bangkok

World  /  Published 30.06.21

No charges for Myanmar celebrities

Myanmar’s military authorities have dropped charges against 24 celebrities who had been declared wanted under an anti-incitement law after anti-government comments, army run television said on T...
By Reuters in Bangkok

World  /  Published 23.06.21

Myanmar anti-junta militia clash

Myanmar security forces backed by armoured vehicles clashed on Tuesday with a newly formed militia group in the second-biggest city of Mandalay resulting in at least two casualties, according to membe...
By Reuters in Bangkok


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