Burma has blocked all language editions of the Wikipedia encyclopedia as part of a growing internet censorship government following the coup imposed by the military junta. 6th consecutive day of internet blackout

Map. History of Myanmar conflict

3 March 2021
Myanmar Kachin capital of Myitkyina citizens out again on streets to protest against military coup that took control of nation for 3 weeks now. This despite police/soldiers seen cracking down on demonstrators on Friday. Local media live stream pics WhatsHappeningInMyanmar1 week ago
Myanmar Kachin capital of Myitkyina citizens out again on streets to protest against military coup that took control of nation for 3 weeks now. This despite police/soldiers seen cracking down on demonstrators on Friday. Local media live stream pics WhatsHappeningInMyanmar
UN chief @antonioguterres "deeply saddened and disturbed" by death of 20-year-old victim shot in head by Myanmar police. Adds "Reports of continued violence, intimidation and harassment by security personnel are appalling. Such acts must stop"
Burma has blocked all language editions of the Wikipedia encyclopedia as part of a growing internet censorship government following the coup imposed by the military junta. 6th consecutive day of internet blackout1 week ago
Burma has blocked all language editions of the Wikipedia encyclopedia as part of a growing internet censorship government following the coup imposed by the military junta. 6th consecutive day of internet blackout
The European Union announces sanctions against the leaders of the coup in Myanmar
Mya, 20, died Friday morning. The young woman had been injured in the head last week, during a demonstration against the coup in Burma1 week ago
Mya, 20, died Friday morning. The young woman had been injured in the head last week, during a demonstration against the coup in Burma
Burma: protester shot dead during rally, hospital announces
1 week ago
Young woman shot by police last week during anti-coup protest in Myanmar capital dies, becoming 1st victim of military junta rule, family confirms
A 20-year-old woman who was shot in the head last week during an anti-coup protest in Myanmar's capital Naypyidaw has died, the hospital treating her says.   Mya Thwate Thwate Khaing is the first official death from the anti-coup movement since the military seized power1 week ago
A 20-year-old woman who was shot in the head last week during an anti-coup protest in Myanmar's capital Naypyidaw has died, the hospital treating her says. Mya Thwate Thwate Khaing is the first official death from the anti-coup movement since the military seized power
Many in Myanmar Kachin Myitkyina voicing concerns of crackdown by police/soldiers as citizens protested against militarycoup.1 week ago
Many in Myanmar Kachin Myitkyina voicing concerns of crackdown by police/soldiers as citizens protested against militarycoup.
Chinese MFA: China is Myanmar's friendly neighbor.Both the NLD&the military have friendly ties with China. We hope that parties in Myanmar will put their people's wishes&interests first, address differences through talks within constitutional&legal framework&ensure political&social stability
"Amid ongoing nationwide mass anti-coup protests, thousands of protesters have gathered daily in front of the Chinese Embassy in Yangon, demanding that China refuse to support the military government. Youth across the country have also launched campaigns to boycott Chinese products"
Demonstrators run from a police water canon as they protest against the coup, in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, February 18, 2021. REUTERS
Demonstrators march during a protest against the military coup, near temples in Bagan, Myanmar February 18, 2021 in this image obtained by Reuters1 week ago
Demonstrators march during a protest against the military coup, near temples in Bagan, Myanmar February 18, 2021 in this image obtained by Reuters
VIDEO: Yangon residents pray for a 20-year-old woman who was shot and injured at a protest on February 9 against the Myanmar military coup. She is currently in critical condition in hospital
Confirmed: Myanmar has imposed a curfew-style internet shutdown for the fourth consecutive night as anti-coup protests continue chart_with_downwards_trend  Real-time network data show national connectivity falling to 21% of ordinary levels from 1 am local time2 week ago
Confirmed: Myanmar has imposed a curfew-style internet shutdown for the fourth consecutive night as anti-coup protests continue chart_with_downwards_trend Real-time network data show national connectivity falling to 21% of ordinary levels from 1 am local time
Protest in front of the Yangon University of Foreign languages
Myanmar Kachin capital Myitkyina protest against military. Kachin very familiar with the military as its ethnic army of KIA has been engaged in civil conflicts for decades. They're part of 4-member northern alliance armed group. Video by @rein_khun2 week ago
Myanmar Kachin capital Myitkyina protest against military. Kachin very familiar with the military as its ethnic army of KIA has been engaged in civil conflicts for decades. They're part of 4-member northern alliance armed group. Video by @rein_khun
Protests continue in Myanmar with professionals and civil servants joining the march against the military coup. Video credit: @FrontierMM
Confirmed: Myanmar is in the midst of a near-total internet shutdown for the third night in a row amid anti-coup protests; real-time network data show national connectivity collapsing to 19% of ordinary levels from 1 am local; incident ongoing2 week ago
Confirmed: Myanmar is in the midst of a near-total internet shutdown for the third night in a row amid anti-coup protests; real-time network data show national connectivity collapsing to 19% of ordinary levels from 1 am local; incident ongoing
China's ambassador to Myanmar said the current political situation was "absolutely not what China wants to see" and dismissed social media rumours of Chinese involvement in the Feb. 1 military coup as "completely nonsense"
Footage from Mandalay (မန္တလေး) during military crackdown on demonstrators. At the Tagon Taing roundabout
Myanmar police have filed a second charge against former leader Suu Kyi, now also accused with violating of the country's National Disaster Law
Happened at Myanmar-China Border, Muse, Shan State The people protest against military dictatorship and call out China to support the coup
The junta has passed a new law (124D) that can send people to jail for 7yrs for disrupting or hindering govt employees. Appears targeted at civil disobedience movement, which also shows that CDM is working2 week ago
The junta has passed a new law (124D) that can send people to jail for 7yrs for disrupting or hindering govt employees. Appears targeted at civil disobedience movement, which also shows that CDM is working
Myanmar: Withdrawing money from banks owned by the military after its coup against power
Myanmar junta cut internet service and deployed troops around the country on Monday in signs of a feared crackdown on anti-coup protests, hours after security forces fired to disperse a demonstration in the country's north2 week ago
Myanmar junta cut internet service and deployed troops around the country on Monday in signs of a feared crackdown on anti-coup protests, hours after security forces fired to disperse a demonstration in the country's north
Anti_coup protesters filled the streets of Mandalay on Monday, standing in front of government offices and banks and urging staff to join the #CivilDisobedienceMovement, despite the presence of troops. (Photo: The Irrawaddy)
A Myanmar demonstrator wearing an outfit as superhero character Batman holds a placard while standing on the roof of a car passing in front of a military armored vehicle (L) during an anti-coup protest at the Central Bank in Yangon, Myanmar, 15 February. EPANYEIN CHAN NAING
Detention of Myanmar's Suu Kyi extended as protests against the military junta continues in the country
A  military convoy entered the city of Mandalay2 week ago
A military convoy entered the city of Mandalay
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