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Myanmar junta charges Suu Kyi with fraud during 2020 polls
Myanmar's junta charged Aung San Suu Kyi with committing electoral fraud during the 2020 polls, state media reported Tuesday, the latest in a barrage of allegations against her since her party won in a landslide.
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi denies incitement in first court testimony
Aung San Suu Kyi, the popularly-elected leader of Myanmar who was removed by the military in a February 1 coup, denied a charge of incitement to cause public alarm in her first testimony before a court since her arrest.
Myanmar to free over 5,000 protesters after ASEAN snub
Myanmar's junta chief Monday announced the release of more than 5,000 people jailed for protesting against a February coup, days after a regional bloc delivered a major snub to the military regime.
Myanmar junta chief excluded from ASEAN summit
Myanmar’s junta chief will be excluded from an upcoming Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit, the group said Saturday, a rare rebuke as concerns rise over the military government’s commitment to defusing a bloody crisis.
Myanmar shadow government calls for revolt against military rule
Myanmar's shadow government, formed by opponents of military rule, called for a nationwide uprising against the junta on Tuesday, amid reports of new protests and a flare-up in fighting between the army and ethnic military groups.
Anonymous Myanmar photographer wins Visa d’Or photojournalism award
A Myanmar photographer won the top award at photojournalism's biggest annual festival for his coverage of the troubled nation’s pro-democracy protests and bloody military crackdown.
75 children killed, around 1,000 detained since Myanmar coup: UN Experts
Dozens of children have been killed and hundreds arbitrarily detained in Myanmar since a coup more than five months ago, UN rights experts warned Friday.
Myanmar forces kill 25 in raid on town, media say
Myanmar security forces killed at least 25 people on Friday in a confrontation with opponents of the military junta at a town in the centre of the Southeast Asian nation, a resident and Myanmar-language media said on Sunday.
UN calls for halt of weapons to Myanmar
Guterres: We cannot live in a world where military coups become a norm
Myanmar violence escalating, creating 'rights catastrophe': UN
The UN rights chief said Friday that violence was escalating across Myanmar, warning that the country had plunged into a "human rights catastrophe" since the February 1 coup.
Trial of Myanmar's Suu Kyi to begin next week
The trial of ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi will begin next week, her lawyer told AFP Monday, with the Nobel laureate facing an eclectic raft of charges, from possessing unlicensed walkie-talkies to flouting coronavirus restrictions during last year's election campaign.
Myanmar's Suu Kyi defiant in first comments since coup
Detained Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday voiced defiance in her first public comments since being held in a coup, vowing her ousted political party would "exist as long as the people exist".
More than 125,000 Myanmar teachers suspended for opposing coup
More than 125,000 school teachers in Myanmar have been suspended by the military authorities for joining a civil disobedience movement to oppose the military coup in February, an official of the Myanmar Teachers' Federation said.
UN General Assembly to consider call for Myanmar arms embargo
The UN General Assembly on Tuesday is set to consider a draft non-binding resolution calling for "an immediate suspension" of the transfer of weapons to the military junta of Myanmar, a UN official said.
Thousands suspended at Myanmar universities as junta targets education
More than 11,000 academics and other university staff opposed to Myanmar's ruling junta have been suspended after going on strike in protest against military rule, a teachers' group said.

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