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Eleven schoolchildren killed in Myanmar air strike: UNICEF
At least 11 schoolchildren died in an air strike and firing on a Myanmar village, the United Nations children's agency said, an attack the country's junta said targeted rebels hiding in the area.
ASEAN warns Myanmar against more executions
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) said it might reconsider a plan agreed with Myanmar to end the violence triggered by the military coup if the generals hang more political prisoners.
Myanmar junta extends emergency rule, cites need for stability
The head of Myanmar's junta on Monday blamed instability for stalling efforts to implement a peace plan agreed with other Southeast Asian countries as he extended emergency rule for another six months.
International condemnation after Myanmar executes activists
International condemnation has grown in the wake of an announcement from Myanmar’s military-led government that it had executed four pro-democracy activists – the country’s first known executions in decades.
Rohingya refugees hold mass rally in Bangladesh to 'go home'
Tens of thousands of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh staged demonstrations on Sunday demanding repatriation back to Myanmar, where they fled a brutal military crackdown five years ago.
Anger as Cambodia's PM meets Myanmar military leader
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s visit to Myanmar seeking to revive peace efforts after last year's military takeover provoked an angry backlash among critics, who say he is legitimizing the army’s seizure of power.
Rohingya sue Facebook over Myanmar genocide
Facebook’s negligence facilitated the genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar after the social media network’s algorithms amplified hate speech and the platform failed to take down inflammatory posts, according to legal action launched in the US and the UK.
Myanmar's deposed leader Suu Kyi gets two years in jail
A court in military-ruled Myanmar found deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi guilty of charges of incitement and breaching coronavirus restrictions on Monday.
Five dead after Myanmar forces ram car into Yangon protest
Five people were killed and at least 15 arrested after Myanmar security forces in a car rammed into an anti-coup protest on Sunday morning in Yangon, local news portal Myanmar Now reported.
Ousted Myanmar leader Suu Kyi braced for verdict in incitement trial
Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is braced to hear the verdict in her trial for incitement against the country’s military rulers, the first in a catalogue of cases that could see her jailed for the rest of her life.
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.

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