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(Reuters) - Members of a shadow government set up by opponents of Myanmar's coup condemned on Monday the country's military ruler for taking on the role of prime minister in a caretaker government and said the move was designed to try to win legitimacy.
BANGKOK (Reuters) -Myanmar's military ruler Min Aung Hlaing has taken on the role of prime minister in a newly formed caretaker government, state media reported on Sunday, six months after the army seized power from a civilian government.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Small groups of students protested against Myanmar's military junta on Saturday in Mandalay and a human rights group accused the armed forces of crimes against humanity ahead of the six-month anniversary of the army's takeover.
(Reuters) - A Myanmar militia group opposed to military rule has found at least seven bodies with bullet wounds in a jungle area after clashes with the army and it was looking for more missing people on Friday, a militia member and media said.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's military ruler is looking for greater cooperation with the international community to contain the coronavirus, state media reported on Wednesday, as the Southeast Asian country struggles with a surging wave of infections.
(Reuters) - Myanmar has appointed a new temporary head of its embassy in London, Britain's foreign ministry said on Friday, replacing the previous ambassador who was ousted after breaking ranks with the military government over its Feb. 1 coup.
(Reuters) - A protest erupted at a prison in Myanmar's commercial capital of Yangon on Friday against what activists said was a worsening COVID-19 outbreak at the jail, which is used to hold opponents of February's military takeover.
(Reuters) - Angered by doctors' support for anti-junta protests, Myanmar's military has arrested several doctors treating COVID-19 patients independently, colleagues and media said, as the health system struggles to cope with a record wave of infections.
(Reuters) -Anti-coup protesters in Myanmar held demonstrations on Monday to coincide with a public holiday to commemorate slain independence heroes, including the father of the country's detained elected leader, Aung San Suu Kyi.
(Reuters) - Hundreds more bodies than usual are being taken for funerals every day in junta-ruled Myanmar as a new wave of COVID-19 sweeps through the country, services transporting the bodies and arranging ceremonies said.