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Myanmar court postpones verdicts in 2nd case against Suu Kyi
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Myanmar military executed villagers on Christmas Eve, reports claim
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At least 1 dead and 70 missing after a landslide in Myanmar jade mine
Dozens of miners in Myanmar die each year working in dangerous conditions in jade quarries, an opaque and poorly regulated industry.
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There were 293 journalists jailed for their work over the past twelve months, up from 280 in 2020.
Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi jail sentence reduced to two years
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Myanmar court postpones verdict for ousted leader Suu Kyi
A court in Myanmar postponed its verdict in the trial of ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Myanmar jails American journalist Danny Fenster for 11 years
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Myanmar's military systematically torture its detainees: AP
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Myanmar arms sales
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Myanmar: First trial against Aung San Suu Kyi opens
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US journalist working for Myanmar magazine detained at airport
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UN envoy warns of possible civil war in Myanmar
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Myanmar's Aung Suu Kyi makes first in-person court appearance
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Opposition Karen forces capture military base in Myanmar
Karen forces said they have captured a Myanmar army base giving a boost for those fighting the military's takeover of the country's civilian government.
Myanmar could spiral into 'full-blown conflict' like Syria, UN warns
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Secret newsletter keeping communities informed in Myanmar
Young people in Myanmar are fighting the military junta's information suppression and internet shutdown by producing an underground printed newsletter.