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Military limits internet use as Myanmar information blackout worsens

The junta began limiting access to the internet and confiscating satellite dishes as the information blackout worsened in Myanmar. Fiber broadband service, the last legal...

Myanmar security forces storm town to tackle armed protesters

Security forces stormed a town in northwestern Myanmar where some residents had used homemade hunting rifles to resist the military’s February seizure of power,...

Myanmar’s best-known comedian arrested as crackdown continues

Authorities in Myanmar arrested the country’s best-known comedian as they continue to crack down on people they accuse of helping incite nationwide protests against...

Protesters continue to defy military rulers in Myanmar

Anti-coup demonstrators in Myanmar, adept at finding themes to tie together protests nationwide, took to the streets on Sunday holding painted eggs in a...

Myanmar death toll mounts amid crackdown on coup protests

The civilian death toll in the crackdown by the Myanmar junta has reached 550 since the February 1 coup, a human rights group has...

Myanmar cuts wireless internet service amid coup protests

Myanmar’s wireless broadband internet services have been shut down by order of the military, a local provider said. The move comes as protesters continue to...

UN condemns violence against Myanmar protesters and deaths

The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the use of violence against peaceful protesters in Myanmar and the deaths of hundreds of civilians. But the...

Myanmar remains mired in violence two months after coup

Protesters in Myanmar on Thursday marked two months since the military seized power by once more defying the threat of lethal violence and publicly...

Death toll rises after another day of bloody protests in Myanmar

Myanmar security forces opened fire on a crowd attending the funeral of student who was killed on the bloodiest day yet of a crackdown...

Dozens killed in deadliest day since Myanmar military takeover

Dozens of people have reportedly been killed across Myanmar as soldiers and the police suppressed protests against last month’s military coup. The deaths were reported...

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