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YANGON (Reuters): Myanmar's National Unity Government, which includes ousted lawmakers, appreciates the support from Southeast Asian countries, but the body's prime minister said he was concerned by "any misrepresentation of facts by the military'.
(Reuters) -Myanmar authorities are seeking to file charges of murder and treason against one of the main leaders of the protest campaign against military rule, the state broadcaster said on Wednesday.
Ethnic Karen guerrillas said they captured a Myanmar army base Tuesday near the border with Thailand, representing a morale-boosting action for those opposing the military's takeover of the country's civilian government in February.
(Reuters) - Myanmar's military launched air strikes on a village and outpost near the Thai border on Tuesday, Thai authorities said, after ethnic minority Karen insurgents attacked a Myanmar army post in some of the worst clashes since a Feb. 1 coup.
(Reuters) - Chanting in Burmese their readiness to fight "for the people", around 120 youths jogged around a muddy forest clearing in the morning light in a video released by a group that has proclaimed itself a new fighting force against Myanmar's military junta.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Few had high hopes that a summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which counts Myanmar among its members, would produce any serious initiative to end the bloodshed after Myanmar's coup, with the junta leader himself in attendance.
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's new interim Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibeh will postpone a visit to the country's east that had been planned for Monday to demonstrate his unity government's progress in ending years of division between warring factions.
PETALING JAYA: The call for Asean countries to take a more active role to resolve the Myanmar crisis must be put into action and not remain just words, says Representative of Malaysia to the Asean Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR) Eric Paulsen.
The shadow government of ousted lawmakers has welcomed a call by South-East Asian leaders for an end to “military violence” after their crisis talks in Jakarta with junta leader Min Aung Hlaing.
Myanmar's pro-democracy activists sharply criticised an agreement between the country's junta chief and South-East Asian leaders to end the nation's violent post-coup crisis and vowed on Sunday to continue their protest campaign.