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Myanmar crowds taunt troops, violence draws outrage

YANGON (Reuters) - Crowds taunted and cursed security forces that barricaded central Yangon on Friday to try to prevent more mass protests against Myanmar's 45 years of military rule and deepening economic hardship.

Youth groups submit memorandum to Myanmar Embassy

A group of about 200 people submitted a memorandum to officials of the Myanmar Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, urging their government to restore peace and stability in their country following a violent crackdown against demonstrators there.

‘Restore peace in Myanmar’

A loose coalition of groups calling themselves Malaysian Youth Coalition for Peace and Freedom in Burma submitted a memorandum to the Myanmar Embassy on Monday.

Myanmar junta arrests more; U.N. envoy in Singapore

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar's junta arrested more people on Wednesday hours after the departure of a U.N. envoy who came to the country to try to end a ruthless crackdown on protests which sparked international outrage.

Myanmar junta arrests more; U.N. envoy in Singapore

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar's junta arrested more people on Wednesday hours after the departure of a U.N. envoy who came to the country to try to end a ruthless crackdown on protests which sparked international outrage.

Myanmar junta arrests more; U.N. envoy in Singapore

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar's junta arrested more people on Wednesday hours after the departure of a U.N. envoy who came to the country to try to end a ruthless crackdown on protests which sparked international outrage.

U.N. envoy warns of international impact from Myanmar

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. envoy Ibrahim Gambari warned Myanmar on Friday of potential serious international repercussions from the political crisis there and urged the ruling junta to release all political prisoners.

U.N. envoy warns of international impact from Myanmar

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. envoy Ibrahim Gambari warned Myanmar on Friday of potential serious international repercussions from the political crisis there and urged the ruling junta to release all political prisoners.

U.N. envoy warns of international impact from Myanmar

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. envoy Ibrahim Gambari warned Myanmar on Friday of possible serious international repercussions from its crackdown on pro-democracy protesters and urged the ruling junta to release all political prisoners.

Cry freedom

'Come on, just kill me!' the furious woman shouted as policemen and soldiers poured into the streets, running after demonstrators and passer-bys. 'I don't care.'