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UN postpones decision on ambassadors from Myanmar, Taliban, Libya

The United Nations General Assembly has approved postponing its decision on whether Myanmar’s military government and Afghanistan’s Taliban leaders can…

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Documents reveal Israel’s role in Myanmar army’s atrocities

Newly declassified data demonstrate how the Israeli regime backed the Myanmar army through various repressive means, enabling it to commit…

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Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh demand repatriation

Rohingya Muslims living in sprawling refugee camps in southeastern Bangladesh have staged demonstrations demanding repatriation to their ethnic homeland of…

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Myanmar escalation: Locals say military forces burned down village

Violence is still plaguing Myanmar months after the country’s military overthrew the civilian government by staging a coup. In their…

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Myanmar police open fire on protesters to add one more to the fatalities

According to eye witnesses and media reports, Myanmar police opened fire on peaceful protesters in Mandalay on Friday, leaving one…

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Fears of military crackdown as Myanmar police use water cannon against anti-coup protesters

Tensions continue to simmer in Myanmar amid growing opposition to last week’s military coup, as the authorities’ patience appears to…

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Myanmar’s military says has ‘detained’ Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi and President Win Myint as well as other senior figures from the ruling party…

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Rohingya Muslims barred from voting in Myanmar elections

Rohingya Muslims will be deprived of a vote in Myanmar’s second democratic election – leading the United Nations to warn…

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Bangladesh calls on world to take a more effective role for a solution to Rohingya crisis

Bangladesh’s prime minister called on the world community to take a more effective role to find a peaceful solution to…

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Amnesty: Myanmar military figures profiting from secretive conglomerate

Amnesty International says Myanmar’s military figures — including those believed to have committed serious human rights abuses — have financial…

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