24 June 2021
3 month ago
Singapore @VivianBala at ASEAN meeting "appalled at the use of lethal force by the Myanmar security forces against demonstrators". Says use of lethal force "inexcusable". Urges military to stop violence, "step back from a rapidly deteriorating situation. It is not too late"
Military personnel secure the perimeter after a protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, 02 March 2021. EPA/LYNN BO BO
3 month ago
"We do not have enough doctors," a doctor in Kalay tells @AFP after Myanmar security forces fired live rounds at anti-coup protesters in the northwestern town, with three demonstrators sustaining critical injuries
3 month ago
Protest on Bogyoke Aung San Road in downtown Yangon. Security forces have used live ammunition, rubber bullets and stun grenades to disperse the protests but the protesters keep coming back to the streets
3 month ago
Medical sources: Security forces fire live ammunition at protesters in Myanmar
Police shooting the citizens with sling.  Location: Taunggyi, Myanmar3 month ago
Police shooting the citizens with sling. Location: Taunggyi, Myanmar
Two protestors were arrested by militants soldiers in this morning and protest still happening at Bagayar road, Sanchaung
Police and military shooting civilians in Sanchaung , Yangon
A soldier with a sniper rifle near an anti-coup protest in Sanchaung this afternoon in Yangon – social media photo
Police crackdown protest in Kalay township, Sagaing division this morning3 month ago
Police crackdown protest in Kalay township, Sagaing division this morning
3 month ago
Reuters: Hundreds of people have been arrested since the coup, according to activists, the latest a journalist for the Democratic Voice of Burma, who live-streamed security forces outside his apartment on Monday in the coastal town of Myeik, where he had been filming protests
3 month ago
Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said his counterparts in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) would be frank when they meet by video call on Tuesday and will tell a representative of Myanmar's military they are appalled by the violence
Reuters: In remarks read on state television by a newscaster, junta leader Senior General Min Aung Hlaing said protest leaders and "instigators" would be punished and threatened action against civil servants who were refusing to work
Reuters: Police fired tear gas and stun grenades to disperse hundreds of protesters in Yangon on Monday and later combed side streets, firing rubber bullets, witnesses said
3 month ago
Foreign ministers of Southeast Asian countries prepared for a special meeting with Myanmar's ruling military on Tuesday in an effort to quell deadly violence and open a channel to tackle its escalating political crisis
3 month ago
Military coup has caused grievous damage to Myanmar, society and economy - Singapore foreign minister
Police & Military shooting into houses in Myenigone, Yangon. Warning the civilians that they will step into houses and shoot3 month ago
Police & Military shooting into houses in Myenigone, Yangon. Warning the civilians that they will step into houses and shoot
3 month ago
Turkey denounces killing of 18 demonstrators protesting military coup in Myanmar by security forces
Ousted Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been hit with two new criminal charges, a month after a military coup triggered relentless and massive protests
Riot police blocked the entrance to the city of Monywa to disperse the protestor crowds but people protest in Chindwin River outside the city without taking a step back3 month ago
Riot police blocked the entrance to the city of Monywa to disperse the protestor crowds but people protest in Chindwin River outside the city without taking a step back
Ousted Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi faces court via video link, being seen by her lawyer for the first time since a military coup one month ago triggered relentless and massive protests
Anti-coup protests continue in Myanmar in defiance of police crackdown that saw at least 18 people killed a day earlier in the worst episode of post-coup violence
3 month ago
"We strongly condemn the escalating violence against protests in Myanmar and call on the military to immediately halt the use of force against peaceful protesters," U.N. Human Rights Office Spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani said
An Associated Press journalist has been detained by police while covering protests against the military coup in Myanmar. Thein Zaw was taken into custody with a number of others on Saturday in Yangon, the country's largest city
Myanmar citizens facing more than 2 weeks of an overnight daily internet shutdown now. This where the country saw the most number of fatalities in a single day on Sunday, due to actions by security forces since the military took over in a Feb 1 coup3 month ago
Myanmar citizens facing more than 2 weeks of an overnight daily internet shutdown now. This where the country saw the most number of fatalities in a single day on Sunday, due to actions by security forces since the military took over in a Feb 1 coup
UN Special Rapporteur to Myanmar @RapporteurUn says "words of condemnation are necessary & welcome but insufficient" regarding "crimes" committed by security forces against protesters. Says "all must act", proposing several options for global community
The United Nations: the use of lethal force against peaceful protesters in Myanmar and arbitrary arrests is unacceptable
3 month ago
Dawei: February 28 Crackdown on protesters Many people were injured in the shooting and three males and one female were killed
3 month ago
18 protesters were killed in Myanmar today: United Nations Human Rights Office:
Myanmar police indiscriminately shooting in Sanchaung Yangon
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