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Five months after the military coup in Myanmar, the crisis-stricken country is battling its worst wave of the coronavirus so far.
Efforts to reopen schools after a year of pandemic and months of unrest in reaction to a military coup could become the latest battleground in Myanmar.
The UN Security Council has again demanded the restoration of democracy in Myanmar and the release of all detainees including Aung San Suu Kyi and strongly backed calls by South-East Asian nations for an immediate cessation of violence and talks as a first step toward a solution following the Feb. 1 military coup.
YANGON, April 12 (BLOOMBERG): With a tea shop right next to key protest zones in Myanmar's biggest city, Mr Soe is never quite sure whether he should keep the business open.
Myanmar's junta refused on Friday night to let a UN envoy visit the country, despite mounting international efforts for a diplomatic solution to the post-coup crisis.
Myanmar police opened fire on Tuesday to disperse crowds protesting against a military coup as foreign ministers of neighbouring countries prepared to hold talks with the junta in a bid to find a peaceful way out of the crisis.
Myanmar police opened fire to disperse protesters on Tuesday, witnesses said, as foreign ministers of neighbouring countries were due to hold talks with the military in a bid to quell violence and find a way out of the crisis.
(Reuters) - Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi appeared at a court hearing via video conferencing on Monday as supporters marched in several towns and cities in defiance of a crackdown after the bloodiest day since the Feb. 1 military coup.