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Myanmar coup

Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi goes on trial
World

Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi goes on trial

  • Suu Kyi, 75, faces a slew of charges since being overthrown by the army in a Feb. 1 coup that cut short a decade of tentative democratic reforms and has plunged the Southeast Asian country into chaos.
  • She also faces charges of incitement - with hearings set for Tuesday - and more serious charges of violating the Official Secrets Act and under the Anti-Corruption Law.
Published 14 Jun, 2021 05:26pm
Myanmar authorities open new corruption cases against Suu Kyi
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Myanmar authorities open new corruption cases against Suu Kyi

  • The cases are the latest of a series brought against elected leader Suu Kyi, 75, who was overthrown by the army on Feb. 1 in a coup that has plunged the Southeast Asian country into chaos.
  • She might have defects but personal greed and corruption are not her traits. Those who accuse her of greed and corruption are spitting towards the sky.
Updated 10 Jun, 2021 05:36pm
EU to impose new sanctions on Myanmar junta, companies
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EU to impose new sanctions on Myanmar junta, companies

  • "There is a third row of sanctions in preparation that will be approved (in) the coming days (targeting) personnel of the military junta and also the entity that represents the economic interests of the military," he said.
Published 03 Jun, 2021 07:47pm
Myanmar army battles anti-coup rebels in northwest town
World

Myanmar army battles anti-coup rebels in northwest town

  • "We are running for our lives," one resident told Reuters from Mindat, a hill town just over 100 km (60 miles) from the border with India.
  • "There are around 20,000 people trapped in town, most of them are kids, old people," the resident added. "My friend's three nieces were hit by shrapnel. They are not even teens."
Published 15 May, 2021 05:29pm
US suspends all trade engagement with Myanmar until elected government returns
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US suspends all trade engagement with Myanmar until elected government returns

  • Tai said in a statement that Myanmar security forces' killing of peaceful protesters, students, workers and labor leaders and children "has shocked the conscience of the international community."
  • "These actions are a direct assault on the country's transition to democracy and the efforts of the Burmese people to achieve a peaceful and prosperous future," said Tai, who was sworn into office on March 18.
Published 29 Mar, 2021 08:39pm
Norway urges its citizens to leave Myanmar amid violence
World

Norway urges its citizens to leave Myanmar amid violence

  • "It is still possible to leave Myanmar but this may change at short notice," the Norwegian foreign ministry said in a statement, while adding that the policy change had been made in coordination with other Nordic countries.
  • There are two Norwegians in Myanmar for Telenor, who are there without families. They both hold key positions in securing Telenor Myanmar's operations.
Published 29 Mar, 2021 08:06pm
Britain says Myanmar violence marks new low after over 90 killed
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Britain says Myanmar violence marks new low after over 90 killed

  • "Today's killing of unarmed civilians, including children, marks a new low. We will work with our international partners to end this senseless violence, hold those responsible to account, and secure a path back to democracy," Raab said in a tweet on the crackdown on Myanmar's Armed Forces Day.
Published 27 Mar, 2021 08:29pm
Myanmar junta says protesters will be shot in the head
World

Myanmar junta says protesters will be shot in the head

  • In the first acknowledgement of a shoot-to-kill order by the army, a broadcast on the MRTV news channel directed at protesters said: "You should learn... that you can be in danger of getting shot to the head and back."
  • Its data shows that at least 25 percent of those who were killed died from shots to the head, raising suspicions they were deliberately targeted for killing.
Published 26 Mar, 2021 09:50pm
Myanmar coup opponents win new support in ethnic borderlands
World

Myanmar coup opponents win new support in ethnic borderlands

  • A joint statement also demanded that the army "abandon the coup and accept the federal democratic system based on self administration that is desired by the people".
  • "Ethnic nationalities could ultimately decide who holds power in Myanmar," said Khin Ohmar, a longtime democracy activist who lived through a previous failed uprising against the military in 1988.
Published 22 Mar, 2021 06:38pm
India steps up border patrols to stop arrivals from Myanmar
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India steps up border patrols to stop arrivals from Myanmar

  • "As of now, we are not letting anybody enter," Maria Zuali, senior government official in Mizoram state's Champhai district, told Reuters by telephone.
  • "They alleged that there are human rights violations and they were asked to shoot at civilians," the official said, also requesting anonymity.
Published 05 Mar, 2021 05:59pm
EU suspends development funds in Myanmar after coup
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EU suspends development funds in Myanmar after coup

  • The 27-nation bloc informed a committee of the World Trade Organization on Thursday that it had put on hold all development cooperation that would support the military authorities, a Geneva-based trade official said.
  • The European Commission, the EU executive, confirmed it had put on hold the budgetary support, which has typically gone to schools, elections and rural development and is worth hundreds of millions of euros over several years.
Published 04 Mar, 2021 05:57pm