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UN: 38 Died On Deadliest Day Yet For Myanmar Coup Opposition

A UN official speaking from Switzerland said 38 people had been killed Wednesday, a figure consistent with other reports though accounts are difficult to confirm inside the country.

04 March 2021

Aung San Suu Kyi Detention Extended As Protests Continue In Myanmar

Suu Kyi will now be remanded until February 17, according to Khin Maung Zaw, a lawyer asked by Suu Kyi's party to represent her.


Myanmar Demonstrators March Again On Streets, Defying Bans On Protests

Police were arresting protesters and using water cannons to try to disperse the crowd in Mandalay


Myanmar Protesters Injured As Police Escalate Use Of Force

Bullets, shell casings, and other projectiles were later found by local residents on one of the main streets and shown to journalists.

26 February 2021

Joe Biden Announces Sanctions Against Military Leaders Of Myanmar

Biden said he has approved a new executive order enabling the US to immediately sanction the military leaders who directed the coup, their business interests, as well as close family members.


Myanmar Junta Imposes Curfew, Meeting Bans As Protests Swell

The decrees covering Yangon and Mandalay were issued on a township-by-township basis, and those which have become public so far have the same restrictions.

09 February 2021

Myanmar Protest Call For General Strike Draws Junta Threat

The call for a general strike was made Sunday by the Civil Disobedience Movement, a loosely organised group leading the resistance to the army's February 1 takeover.

22 February 2021

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Week After Military Coup, Protests Swell Rapidly In Myanmar

The protesters at a major downtown Yangon intersection chanted slogans, raised a three-finger salute and carried placards saying 'Reject the military coup' and 'Justice for Myanmar'

08 February 2021

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13 November 2020
Official Myanmar Vote Count Affirms Aung San Suu Kyi 's Party Control

Official Myanmar Vote Count Affirms Aung San Suu Kyi 's Party Control

The NLD won 346 seats in the combined lower and upper houses of the legislature, far above the 322 needed to secure a majority


03 April 2019
With Elections A Year Away, Will Myanmar Army Allow Suu Kyi To Reform Constitution?

With Elections A Year Away, Will Myanmar Army Allow Suu Kyi To Reform Constitution?

The ruling NLD has moved a proposal in Myanmar parliament to form a committee to look into changes in the Constitution which it feels is "not in line with the...




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