An official from the party of deposed Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi died overnight in police custody, associates said Sunday, while security forces cracked down on demonstrators staging some of the most widespread protests against last month’s coup.
Protests erupt across Myanmar; Suu Kyi party official dies in custody
Police in Myanmar on Friday opened fire on protesters against last month’s military coup, killing one man, as international condemnation rained down on the junta ahead of a United Nations Security Council meeting to discuss the crisis.
Myanmar police kill anti-coup protester ahead of UNSC meeting
Myanmar security forces opened fire on protests against military rule on Wednesday killing nine people, witnesses and media reported, a day after neighboring countries called for restraint and offered to help Myanmar resolve the crisis.
Nine killed in Myanmar as police fire to break up protests
Tehran and Seoul have achieved a consensus about mechanisms to unfreeze the Iranian funds, said the Iranian foreign minister.
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An endangered turtle bred in captivity laid eggs for the first time in Cambodia, conservationists said, in a massive win for animal protection in the kingdom.
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South Korean schools opened for the new school year on Tuesday amid a mix of anxiety and hopes, as the country is still fighting against the third wave of the pandemic, but much-anticipated vaccinations have finally begun.
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China's procuratorates have stepped up supervisory efforts to strengthen the management of manhole covers and crack down on related criminal cases to safeguard public security "underfoot”.
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Three protesters were critically injured when security forces fired live rounds at anti-coup protesters in northwestern Myanmar on Tuesday, medics said, as regional powers met to pressure the junta over its deadly crackdown.
Myanmar security forces fire on anti-coup protesters
A Myanmar court filed two more charges against ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday, a lawyer acting for her said, as protesters marched in defiance of a crackdown by security forces that killed at least 18 people the previous day.
Myanmar court files more charges against Suu Kyi

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