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(Reuters) - Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi is "gravely concerned" about the country's worsening coronavirus situation, her lawyer said on Monday.
A shadow government is breaking taboos in Buddhist-majority Myanmar by welcoming Rohingya into its anti-junta coalition, but many in the long-persecuted Muslim minority are wary after living through decades of discrimination and deadly violence.
In their camp hidden in the forested hills of Kayah state near the Thai border, Myanmar anti-junta volunteers practice firing their homemade weapons, do physical training, and play guitar in between skirmishes with the military.
Five months after the military coup in Myanmar, the crisis-stricken country is battling its worst wave of the coronavirus so far.
A PROMINENT ethnic rebel group in Myanmar suspended one of its key leaders this week, a spokesman said, as it investigates an alleged massacre of civilians on its territory.
Myanmar's military ruler has announced that Russia had agreed to supply two million doses of coronavirus vaccine from this month, as the South-East Asian country reported another record in Covid-19 cases and deaths.
A prominent ethnic rebel group in Myanmar suspended one of its key leaders this week, a spokesman said Saturday, as it investigates an alleged massacre of civilians on its territory.
A state-backed Myanmar power company warned its customers Friday their electricity supplies could be disrupted if they continue refusing to pay their bills as part of a boycott that has hit the junta in the coffers.
Norwegian telecoms group Telenor said Thursday (July 9) it is selling its subsidiary in Myanmar, where it is one of the major operators, as a result of the military coup there.