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Another anti-coup protester was shot dead in Myanmar on Friday (March 5) as a UN envoy urged a divided Security Council to hear the nation's "desperate pleas" and take swift action to restore democracy.
THE circle around Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin was still basking in the euphoria of the big boss surviving his first year as Prime Minister when the thunderbolt came from Umno.
LONDON (Reuters) - The "frothy" U.S. market for special purpose acquisition vehicles (SPACs) could see investors coming off "poorly", London Stock Exchange Chief Executive David Schwimmer warned on Friday after proposals for Britain to loosen SPAC listing rules.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's YouTube has removed five channels of Myanmar's military-run television networks hosted on its platform in the wake of the coup in the Southeast Asian country.
The United States has unveiled new measures to punish Myanmar's army for its Feb. 1 coup, adding the country's ministries of defense and home affairs and its top military conglomerates to a trade blacklist.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Thursday unveiled new measures to punish Myanmar's army for its Feb. 1 coup, blocking the ministries of defense and home affairs and top military conglomerates from certain types of trade.
Yangon: Demonstrators in Myanmar protesting last month’s military coup returned to the streets, undaunted by the killing of at least 38 people the previous day by security forces.
TOKYO: A Japanese fund backed by veteran activist investor Yoshiaki Murakami cancelled its offer for energy and environment firm Japan Asia Group (JAG), after pressuring private equity firm Carlyle Group to withdraw a competing bid last month.
YANGON (AFP): At least six people were killed as Myanmar security forces fired on pro-democracy protesters Wednesday (March 3), after the junta hit half a dozen detained journalists, including an Associated Press photographer, with criminal charges.
YANGON (AFP): Myanmar's military authorities have charged an Associated Press photographer and five other journalists over their coverage of anti-coup protests, their lawyer said Wednesday (March 3).