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Myanmar's military-led government that seized power from elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi in February 2021 has been accused of thousands of extrajudicial killings since then, but the hangings announced Monday were the country's first official executions in decades
Since a military coup deposed her government in February last year, plunging the country into upheaval, Suu Kyi has faced a barrage of criminal cases that could see her jailed for decades
The Southeast Asian country has been in chaos since a putsch in February 2021, with more than 1,700 people killed in crackdowns on dissent
Myanmar — regardless of who governs its polity — is the crucial linchpin for India’s Act East Policy
For weeks, residents say, troops have been going door to door alongside power company workers to extract payments in major urban areas, including the nation’s two largest cities, Yangon and Mandalay
A worker for a local emergency rescue team said two men and a woman in their early 20s were brought to a military hospital for treatment
Hundreds of thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes due to violence across the country, and 223,000 people remain internally displaced
UN special envoy for Myanmar says generals 'very surprised' at resistance to coup, but don't fear sanctions
Christine Schraner Burgener said she had always warned the Security Council and the General Assembly of the possibility of a coup because she knew the military had the power
News of Kyaw Moe Tun's removal follows a day of mass arrests by Myanmar's security forces as the country enters its fourth week of daily protests against the generals' grip on power
Police shot dead two people on Saturday near a dockyard as security forces tried to force workers to load a boat
Myanmar coup: 'Voter fraud' justifies takeover, military rule will be different this time, says army chief
New junta chief General Min Aung Hlaing made these remarks during his first televised address since the coup and pledged to hand back control after fresh elections
In geopolitical struggle over Myanmar, China has an edge over US, other nations seeking to shape events
The Chinese government, according to experts, sees the coup as “a moment of opportunity” to undercut the inroads the United States and other Asian nations made during Myanmar’s halting democratic opening
The broad outage followed Friday's government order to block Twitter and Instagram that said some people were trying to use the platforms to spread what it deemed fake news
India is deeply concerned over military coup in Myanmar, detention of top political leaders, says MEA
Hours after the arrest of Aung San Suu Kyi and other NLD leaders, the External Affairs Ministry said that Indian government has been steadfast in supporting the democratic transition in Myanmar
Acting East: India's Buddha diplomacy shines once more as Myanmar's air force chief visits, prays at Bodh Gaya
Much more than religion was at play when the air force chief of Myanmar visited Bodh Gaya on Thursday. Located nearby is an Officers’ Training Academy (OTA) where many Myanmarese military officers are being trained.
Mizoram govt, Assam Rifles fail to deport 219 Myanmar refugees; MEA says neighbouring country 'failed to convince them to return'
Mizoram government and the Assam Rifles authorities on Tuesday failed to deport 219 Myanmar refugees from Lawngtlai district to the neighbouring country.
India, Myanmar joint military operation in Sagaing may deal crippling blow to NSCN(K), other insurgent groups in North East
The Myanmar Army and Indian Army's joint operation to flush out fighters of the ULFA (Independent), PLA and the UNLF from Myanmar's Sagaing region could serve a crippling blow to insurgency in the North East, including the Naga rebel group NSCN (Khaplang) faction, which has been unwilling to sit for peace talks with the Indian government
Massacre in Myanmar: The story on Rohingya killings that got Reuters journalists Wa Lone, Kyaw Soe Oo arrested
The Rohingya Muslim killings in Inn Din in Myanmar, which Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo traced, marked another bloody episode in the ethnic violence in Rakhine.
Myanmar Army kills six ethnic Rakhine detainees on suspicion of being rebels as fears grow over military impunity
Myanmar's army said it shot dead six detainees in a village school Thursday while holding 275 men on suspicion of being Rakhine rebels.
Thirteen Myanmar police officers were killed in raids Friday by ethnic Rakhine rebels, the army said, in a brazen, co-ordinated attack on the country's Independence Day which adds a dangerous new dimension to the conflict in the restive western state