Map. History of Myanmar conflict

21 April 2021
Silent Strike in Yangon, Shwe Pyi Thar March
The coup government's armed forces beaten and arrested Tin Win (in Pinni), a member of NLD's South Dagon Township Executive Committee, a family member told Myanmar Now. They pointed the guns at family members and also confiscated five mobile phones
Myanmar-based AP journalist Thein Zaw was among those who were released from Insein Prison in Yangon on Wednesday. His lawyer said the plaintiff has withdrawn the lawsuit against him
Confirmed: Internet has been cut in Myanmar from 1 am Wednesday local time, the 38th recurring night of military-imposed shutdowns
The junta's troops shot and killed a seven-year-old girl and two men today in Chan Mya Thazi township in Mandalay. Soldiers shot at her father but hit the girl who was sitting on his lap instead, the girl's sister told Myanmar Now
Night protest in Meikhtila, Mandalay4 week ago
Night protest in Meikhtila, Mandalay
Dozens of civilians in Dawei rounded up for arrest after soldiers' death, locals say   Locals are detained from a neighbourhood where two plainclothes soldiers were beaten to death after attacking the area's night watchmen4 week ago
Dozens of civilians in Dawei rounded up for arrest after soldiers' death, locals say Locals are detained from a neighbourhood where two plainclothes soldiers were beaten to death after attacking the area's night watchmen
Kyauk Myaung, Tamwe, Yangon: Myanmar security forces looting drinking water bottles from Buddhist community hall (Dhamayone) in Myo Thit 2nd Street.
Mandalay: 106 x 52 Aung Zeya Bridge: a civilian was shot dead and the body was thrown into the creek by Myanmar security forces; people had to recover the body
4 week ago
Chinese and Russian Foreign Ministers Wang Yi and Sergey Lavrov meeting in Guilin "voiced the support for all parties in Myanmar to seek a political solution to the current crisis" and "avoid further conflict and bloodshed"
Thousands of residents in Sagaing Region's Monywa defied ongoing lethal crackdowns against peaceful protesters and took to the streets to demonstrate against the military government
Burma: The military said on Tuesday it was sad for those killed in its brutal crackdown on the coup protests, but vowed to continue to eradicate what it called anarchy. > 260 dead so far
Current situation in AungPinle Mandalay. Local said the military are raiding into streets, setting up fires and continuously shooting. Some of them even sneakily changed into casual wears to disguise as a local near 56×108 street
15 dead, 400 missing in Rohingya camp blaze in Bangladesh: UN
Government forces blame, arrest Yangon residents after ward office burns down. Armed forces arrest more than 20 people on suspicion of arson, according to a local source
Military clear sandbags and barriers with bulldozers in Monywa. They also shoot civilians with slingshots while cleaning4 week ago
Military clear sandbags and barriers with bulldozers in Monywa. They also shoot civilians with slingshots while cleaning
Anti-government protesters, including housewives, took to the streets in Hpakant, Kachin State's jade-mining hub, on Mar.23 to oppose the military junta amid continued deadly crackdowns on protesters across the country. (Photo: CJ)4 week ago
Anti-government protesters, including housewives, took to the streets in Hpakant, Kachin State's jade-mining hub, on Mar.23 to oppose the military junta amid continued deadly crackdowns on protesters across the country. (Photo: CJ)
The remains of Rohingya refugee camp after a massive fire engulfed the camp, where more than 1 million refugees from Myanmar are living. Photos by Ro Yasin
Happening now in Dawpon, Nwe Aye, Yangon. After SA) violently dispersed night strike, - Continuously opening over hundreds of gunfire's with real bullet - Trying to break houses door - Set on fire into the ward
Military are continuously shooting with weapons and sound bombs in NweAye Qtr; Thaketa, Yangon. Moreover, ward administration office was set on fire
Peaceful night protest in Payarthonesu, Kayin state.
Today's Burma-related actions "send a strong signal that we will follow through on our pledges to continue to take action against coup leaders and those who perpetrate violence," says a statement from @SecBlinken
Defiant Drivers of Yangon  Drivers in Yangon honked their horns and flashed the three-finger salute of defiance on Mar. 22, expressing opposition to the government and marking the one-month anniversary of an anti-coup generalstrike  (Photo: Jenny)1 month ago
Defiant Drivers of Yangon Drivers in Yangon honked their horns and flashed the three-finger salute of defiance on Mar. 22, expressing opposition to the government and marking the one-month anniversary of an anti-coup generalstrike (Photo: Jenny)
Peaceful night strike against the military dictatorship in Ahlone today
A massive fire erupted today at the Balukhali camp for Rohingya refugees, located on the southern side of Kutupalong. Hundreds of tents were destroyed in the flames
41 Rohingya — 6 men, 32 women & 3 kids — were arrested by Myanmar police in Nwe Nyo Chaung village, Shwe Thaung Yan Tsp, Ayeyarwady Region after their boat was capsized, @RFABurmese reports.1 month ago
41 Rohingya — 6 men, 32 women & 3 kids — were arrested by Myanmar police in Nwe Nyo Chaung village, Shwe Thaung Yan Tsp, Ayeyarwady Region after their boat was capsized, @RFABurmese reports.
Mandalay: The situation in 62nd Manaw Street
Burma: EU sanctions junta leader General Min Aung Hlaing
The excess of violence in Myanmar is not acceptable. Hence, were bound to impose sanctions, specifically targeting those responsible for human rights violations. In parallel we remain open for dialogue in order to achieve a peaceful solution. Foreign Minister @HeikoMaas1 month ago
"The excess of violence in Myanmar is not acceptable. Hence, we"re bound to impose sanctions, specifically targeting those responsible for human rights violations. In parallel we remain open for dialogue in order to achieve a peaceful solution." Foreign Minister @HeikoMaas
Dawei, Tanintharyi Region:  Myanmar security forces are abducting one person from each household in Waekyun. Abducting women if they don't find men1 month ago
Dawei, Tanintharyi Region: Myanmar security forces are abducting one person from each household in Waekyun. Abducting women if they don't find men
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