17 September 2021
Burma: Protesters took to the streets of Myanmar for Day 5, vowing to continue protests against last week's military coup, despite one person shot and wounded in yesterday's clashes
Myanmar's Military raided the Yangon HQ of ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party. UN condemned unacceptable violence against the protesters demanding return to democracy
A demonstrator dressed as superhero character Deadpool takes part in a protest against the militarycoup in Yangon, Myanmar, 10 February 2021. Photo: EPA
Myanmar police joining anti-military government protesters in Kayah state, eastern Myanmar told to return to their posts & stop participating. But police say they stand with the citizens & will continue.
More Myanmar police, ministry civil servants crossing over & joining the anti-military protesters to oppose military government. 1 sign on ministry official reads don't go to the office, fight/struggle to get out of the system.
Myanmar military has raided the NLD headquarters in Yangon, according to the party and witnesses
The United Nations on Tuesday condemned Myanmar for its increased use of force against protestors, after police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at anti-coup demonstrators defying a military ban on rallies
Pro-democracy and labour groups have condemned the military takeover in Myanmar and expressed solidarity with protesters7 month ago
Pro-democracy and labour groups have condemned the military takeover in Myanmar and expressed solidarity with protesters
A suspected drug trader was killed in a "gunfight" with Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) in Teknaf upazila of Cox's Bazar early today. Bangladesh
Police fire rubber bullets at anti-coup protesters in Myanmar capital: witness
Police in Myanmar's capital fire gunshots into the air to disperse protests against the junta: Reuters
U.S. state department spokesman says U.S. is concerned about the army's announcement restricting public gatherings in Myanmar
US denounces Myanmar protest bans, says 'stands with the people'
Myanmar's army chief on Monday insisted military rule in the country would be different this time, as martial law was declared across swathes of the nation after massive protests against the new junta
7 month ago
Myanmar coup leader says 'voter fraud' justifies power grab
Martial law was declared in parts of Myanmar's second largest city Mandalay on Monday, after hundreds of thousands rallied across the country against the coup and the military issued a stern warning against further protests
7 month ago
Myanmar state TV says public does not accept wrongdoers, warns of legal action as protests spread
The situation between anti-coup protesters and security forces is growing tense at Thabyae Gone Market in Naypyitaw. More than 5,000 people have gathered there since the morning to stage a protest against military rule7 month ago
The situation between anti-coup protesters and security forces is growing tense at Thabyae Gone Market in Naypyitaw. More than 5,000 people have gathered there since the morning to stage a protest against military rule
Firefighters also taking part in CDM and anti-coup protest in Mandalay
Big protest in the capital Nay Pyi Taw. Thousands of people gathered at Thabyaygone Roundabout
Mass rallies heap pressure on Myanmar's coup leaders.  The junta has so far refrained from using deadly force to quell nationwide protests, but with pressure building police fired water cannon in an attempt to disperse thousands of protesters in Naypyidaw7 month ago
Mass rallies heap pressure on Myanmar's coup leaders. The junta has so far refrained from using deadly force to quell nationwide protests, but with pressure building police fired water cannon in an attempt to disperse thousands of protesters in Naypyidaw
A police vehicle fires water cannon in an attempt to disperse protesters during a demonstration against the military coup in Naypyidaw7 month ago
A police vehicle fires water cannon in an attempt to disperse protesters during a demonstration against the military coup in Naypyidaw
Thousands of people join an anti-coup protest in Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin State, on Monday, the third day of nationwide demonstrations against the military government. (Photo: Kachinwave)7 month ago
Thousands of people join an anti-coup protest in Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin State, on Monday, the third day of nationwide demonstrations against the military government. (Photo: Kachinwave)
Massive crowds join anti-coup protests across Myanmar. In Yangon some estimates on the ground put protest numbers at hundreds of thousands - kicking off a third straight day of rallies following last week's coup
Thousands of anti-coup protesters marched in towns and cities across Myanmar on Monday, witnesses said, demonstrating for a third straight day against the military's removal and detention of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi a week ago
Pope Francis on Sunday expressed "solidarity with the people of Myanmar" following last week's military coup, urging the army to work towards "democratic coexistence" as thousands demonstrate in the streets
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VIDEO: Residents of Bagan, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, take to the streets on foot and on motorcycles to protest against the military coup on Sunday, chanting slogans including "Be in good health Amay Suu."
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 coup7 month 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
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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
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