Map. History of Myanmar conflict

3 March 2021
In Pictures: Thousands of people gathered in Sule, in downtown Yangon, from Sunday morning to protest against Myanmar's military regime. (Photo: The Irrawaddy)
Myanmar's army restores internet and other modes of communication as tens of thousands pour out onto the streets in nationwide protests against a military coup3 week ago
Myanmar's army restores internet and other modes of communication as tens of thousands pour out onto the streets in nationwide protests against a military coup
3 week ago
Rubber bullets were fired by Myanmar police on Sunday afternoon to break up a protest in the southeastern town of Myawaddy, while rallies in other cities remain peaceful at this point
Myanmar protests are not only in Yangon. This scene is from Naypyidaw - the new capital that the army carved out for its own security and where the ruling generals sit
Partial restoration of internet connectivity confirmed in Myanmar from ~2 pm local time on multiple providers following information blackout3 week ago
Partial restoration of internet connectivity confirmed in Myanmar from ~2 pm local time on multiple providers following information blackout
3 week ago
Shots fired as police disperse protests in the town of Myawadi in southeastern Myanmar
Protest in Yangon 07.02
Myanmar Yangon starting to get internet access but still very patchy/intermittent connection hence the grainy live streams. Many are now seen sitting down on street in downtown Yangon where they have occupied the road to oppose military regime
In Pictures: Thousand of residents protest in Yangon against the military coup in Myanmar. (Photo: The Irrawaddy)
Shots heard when Myanmar police break up a protest in southeastern town of Myawaddy3 week ago
Shots heard when Myanmar police break up a protest in southeastern town of Myawaddy
Tens of thousands join fresh protests against military takeover in Myanmar in biggest demonstrations in the country since 2007
[email protected] correspondent Gao Jiayi: Tens of thousands of ppl take to the streets of Yangon, Myanmar on Sun., chanting "Release AungSanSuuKyi" while protesting agst military takeover. Police are patrolling the streets. So far there have been no conflicts b/w the two sides
3 week ago
Australian academic Sean Turnell has been detained in Myanmar. The economic adviser to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is the first known foreign arrest since the military coup on Monday, February 1.
Demonstrators protest against the military coup and demand the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in Yangon, Myanmar, February 6, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer
Massive crowds in streets of Yangon to protest against Myanmar coup and call for release of Aung San Suu Kyi despite ban on internet
3 week ago
The military regime in Myanmar approved the use of the Sputnik vaccine
3 week ago
Thai Enquirer: It is now 7pm local time in Thailand. All contact have been lost to our two journalists in Myanmar. No reports from rights groups on the border while phone signal no longer works and numbers in Yangon cannot be called
3 week ago
Myanmar military shuts down internet as thousands protest against coup
Latest- police and some people still at this morning's protest site in Yangon
3 week ago
Internet gateways were told to shut down in next 30 minutes- Telenor Myanmar
Myanmar: medical staff at a Mandalay hospital laid down their work for a short while tonight to join the anti-coup protests taking place outside
3 week ago
Myanmar orders internet providers to block Twitter and Instagram "until further notice"- Telenor
Twitter users in Myanmar experiencing service disruption, after the Junta has already blocked Facebook and Whatsapp this week amid a growing public anger against it3 week ago
Twitter users in Myanmar experiencing service disruption, after the Junta has already blocked Facebook and Whatsapp this week amid a growing public anger against it
Several hundred teachers and students protested at a Myanmar university Friday as the military widened a dragnet against officials ousted in a coup that has drawn global condemnation and the threat of new sanctions
Another leading figure in Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy party, Win Htein, told Reuters on Friday that he had been arrested in the aftermath of this week's coup
The US President: I had talks with our allies about the military coup in Myanmar
Biden says he's been in touch with McConnell about their mutual concerns over the situation in Myanmar
Democratic, republican U.S. senators to introduce resolution Myanmar of sanctions if it does not reverse course on coup - senator
Residents of Yangon, Myanmar, banged pots and pans outside their windows and balconies for the second straight night Wednesday in protest of the military coup
Four arrested in Mandalay after street protest against military coup. Demonstrators shouted 'Down with military rule.' during the protest outside a medical university
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