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Myanmar opposition holds 'silent strike' to mark one year since coup
The new U.N. special envoy for Myanmar says violence has intensified since the military took power a year ago and sparked a resistance movement in the country.
Aung San Suu Kyi: Ousted leader 'sentenced to four more years in jail'
A legal official speaking anonymously said the court found Suu Kyi guilty of illegally importing and possessing walkie-talkies and violating coronavirus restrictions.
In Myanmar, the military launches another bloody crackdown on dissent
An AP investigation has uncovered evidence of a spate of murders in both Muslim and Buddhist areas of the country.
Myanmar court postpones verdicts in 2nd case against Suu Kyi
The court gave no reason for delaying the verdicts until Jan. 10, according to the legal official.
Myanmar military executed villagers on Christmas Eve, reports claim
More than 30 villagers, some of which are women and children, are said to have been rounded up and shot in another alleged crime against civilians by the Myanmar military.
Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi jail sentence reduced to two years
Myanmar's military seized power on February 1, arresting Suu Kyi and scores of others, and plunging Myanmar into turmoil.
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
A Myanmar court found him guilty on several charges including incitement for allegedly spreading false or inflammatory information.
Myanmar's military systematically torture its detainees: AP
An estimated 1,200 people have been killed by security forces, including around 131 tortured to death, AP reported.
Pope appeals for aid to Myanmar displaced on World Refugee Day
The supreme pontiff used his Sunday address to call for places of worship to be used as humanitarian shelters amid escalating violence in the country.
Myanmar: First trial against Aung San Suu Kyi opens
The former leader, 75, is standing trial on charges of illegally importing walkie-talkies, failing to comply with coronavirus restrictions and violating a telecommunications law. She also faces several other charges.
Myanmar volunteers built a library for orphans from plastic waste
Volunteers made eco-bricks by filling discarded bottles with other plastic waste
UN envoy warns of possible civil war in Myanmar
A civil war "could happen", Chrisrine Schraner Burgener told a virtual UN news conference.
Myanmar's Aung Suu Kyi makes first in-person court appearance
Suu Kyi's only previous court appearances have been by video link and she had not been allowed to meet in person with any of her lawyers.
Myanmar forces kill 82 in single day in city: Report
Friday’s death toll in Bago was the biggest one-day total for a single city since March 14, when just over 100 people were killed in Yangon, the country’s biggest city.
Myanmar anti-coup protesters launch 'Easter egg strike'
Protesters in Myanmar took to the streets holding painted eggs featuring symbols of resistance to the military coup.
Myanmar cuts wireless internet service amid coup protests
A directive from the Ministry of Transport and Communications on Thursday instructed that "all wireless broadband data services be temporarily suspended until further notice,” according to a statement posted online by local provider Ooredoo.