Myanmar’s military junta has defended last month’s coup and its actions towards those opposed to it.
A devastating fire has raced through a sprawling Rohingya refugee camp in southern Bangladesh, destroying hundreds of shelters and leaving thousands homeless.
The European Union has imposed sanctions on 11 officials in Myanmar, mostly top military officers, who are accused of involvement in a coup and the violent crackdown on protesters that followed.
Health care workers have marched through Myanmar’s second-biggest city as part of a broad civil disobedience movement against last month’s coup.
Police officers who defied the Myanmar army’s orders to shoot opponents of the coup and escaped to India have urged prime minister Narendra Modi’s government to provide political asylum on humanitarian grounds.
Two more journalists have been detained in Myanmar, part of the junta’s intensifying efforts to choke off information about resistance to last month’s coup.
Authorities in Myanmar have arrested a spokesman for ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s political party as they intensify efforts to halt the spread of information about growing protests against last month’s military takeover.
A Myanmar construction magnate with links to military rulers claimed he personally gave more than half a million dollars in cash to deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi in a broadcast on state television aimed at discrediting the ousted civilian government.
Protesters in Myanmar have fired slingshots and thrown petrol bombs towards lines of security forces after apparently coming under fire, a rare incidence of anti-coup demonstrators fighting back against a violent crackdown.
Myanmar’s ruling junta has declared martial law in a wide area of the country’s largest city, after security forces killed dozens of protesters over the weekend in an increasingly lethal crackdown on resistance to last month’s military coup.
Myanmar’s ruling junta has declared martial law in parts of the country’s largest city as security forces killed dozens more protesters in an increasingly lethal crackdown on resistance to last month’s military coup.
At least four people were shot dead during protests in Myanmar on Sunday, as security forces continued their violent crackdown against dissent following last month’s military coup.
The civilian leader of Myanmar’s government in hiding vowed to continue supporting a “revolution” to oust the military that seized power in last month’s coup.
Security forces in Myanmar have shot dead at least seven people protesting against last month’s military takeover.
Security forces in Myanmar have again clashed with demonstrators protesting against last month’s military takeover, killing at least four people.
Myanmar’s security forces have shot at least 10 people dead amid ongoing protests against the military’s coup.
Britons have been told to flee Myanmar unless they have an “urgent” reason to remain there as the Government grew increasingly concerned over violence in the wake of the military coup.
Myanmar security forces raided a neighbourhood in the country’s largest city that is home to state railway workers who have gone on strike to protest against last month’s military coup.
About a thousand demonstrators against last month’s military seizure of power in Myanmar emerged cautiously onto the streets of the country’s second-biggest city, those in the vanguard carrying homemade shields bearing images of the three-fingered salute, the movement’s symbol of defiance.
Security forces have shot dead two people in northern Myanmar, local media reported, as the military government continued its attempt to stamp out opposition to its February 1 coup.
The crisis in Myanmar has deepened as police occupied hospitals and universities and reportedly arrested hundreds of people involved in protesting against last month’s military seizure of power.
Police in Myanmar’s ancient former capital, Bagan, opened fire on Sunday on demonstrators protesting over last month’s military takeover, wounding several people, according to witness accounts and videos on social media.
The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) has called on Myanmar to release Associated Press journalist Thein Zaw and five other reporters detained while covering protests in the south-east Asian nation.
Security forces in Myanmar have again used force to disperse anti-coup protesters, a day after a UN special envoy urged the Security Council to take action to quell junta violence that has left more than 50 peaceful demonstrators dead in the past week and scores injured.
The Biden administration has stepped up its condemnation of the coup in Myanmar, demanding that military authorities stop their brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters and release demonstrators and journalists who have been detained.
Demonstrators in Myanmar protesting against last month’s military coup have returned to the streets, undaunted by the killing of at least 38 people by security forces the previous day.
Security forces in Myanmar dramatically escalated their crackdown on demonstrations against last month’s coup, killing at least 34 protesters in several cities on Wednesday, according to accounts on social media and local news reports.
Security forces in Myanmar have shot and killed at least six people, according to local news reports and accounts on social media.
Police in Myanmar have again used tear gas and rubber bullets to violently disperse protesters against last month’s military takeover.
Demonstrators in Myanmar have taken to the streets again to protest against last month’s seizure of power by the military.