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Thousands of pro-democracy activists took to the streets in Myanmar on Thursday, a day after a nationwide silent strike saw businesses shut and people stay at home in protest against the military coup in the Southeast Asian country.
(Reuters) - Myanmar's ruling military junta warned on Friday that pro-democracy protesters risked being shot in the head or back as activists called for a huge show of defiance against the generals on the country's Armed Forces Day on Saturday.
CHIANG MAI, Thailand (Reuters) - Myanmar's ethnic armed factions will not stand by and do nothing if the military junta's forces continue to kill protesters, the leader of one of the main armed groups said on Saturday.
CHIANG MAI, Thailand (Reuters): Myanmar's ethnic armed factions will not stand by and do nothing if the military junta's forces continue to kill protesters, the leader of one of the main armed groups said on Saturday (March 27).
(Reuters) -Myanmar's deposed leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, has been charged with breaking a colonial-era official secrets law, her lawyer said on Thursday, the most serious charge against the veteran opponent of military rule.
YANGON (AFP): Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi faced a court hearing Thursday (April 1), after a UN envoy warned of the risk of civil war and an imminent "bloodbath" as the junta represses pro-democracy protests.
As Myanmar descends into chaos, smartphone warriors in the anti-coup movement are seeking revenge online against the junta, hounding people with family ties to the military as a form of “social punishment”.
Thailand is working with Asean member countries for a peaceful solution in Myanmar, and as an immediate neighbour it has been monitoring closely the developments there.
LONDON (AFP): Britain on Thursday (April 8) condemned "bullying" by the Myanmar junta after the country's ambassador to London was ousted in an extraordinary diplomatic coup after calling for the release of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Once Covid-19 has been sufficiently tamed with stiff arms and stout hearts, attention will turn once again to travel and, for so many, an all too familiar leitmotif has re-emerged – the continuing tragedy of Myanmar.