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Government Urges Myanmar Military Rulers To Hold Talks With Dissidents

The Foreign Ministry is urging Myanmar's military rulers to hold talks with political dissidents to end the conflict as Thailand prepares for a possible...

Army Building Temporary Camps For Myanmar Nationals Fleeing Violence

Thailand's army is building temporary camps in Ranong and Chumphon provinces for Myanmar nationals fleeing political violence, as the death toll among protesters opposed...

Myanmar Imposes Martial Law After Another Deadly Day

Myanmar's junta imposed martial law in two densely populated Yangon townships late on Sunday, after at least 18 protesters were killed in one of...

Thai Government Tells Myanmar To Release Detainees

The government has asked Myanmar to release detainees against the backdrop of intensified protests in which 7 more protesters have been killed. The junta reacted...

Myanmar Coup Turns Deadly – At Least 23 Killed & Hundreds...

On Sunday, at least 23 people were killed and hundreds were injured in Myanmar as police and military forces "confronted peaceful demonstrations". The reported casualties...

Prime Minister Denies Endorsing Myanmar Military Coup

On Thursday, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said his meeting with Myanmar's foreign minister on Wednesday was not an endorsement of the situation in the...

Myanmar Leader Writes To PM Explaining Coup & Asking For Help

Myanmar Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing has written to Prime MinisĀ­ter Prayut Chan-o-cha explaining why the Tatmadaw had to stage a coup to seize power...

Myanmar Nationals Protest The Coup In Bangkok

About 300 Myanmar protesters demonstrated outside the UN office in Bangkok yesterday, against the coup in their country before a video clip showed they...

Internet Shutdown As Thousands Protest The Coup In Myanmar

Myanmar's military rulers have shut down the country's internet as thousands of people joined the largest rally yet against Monday's coup. A near-total internet blackout...

Suu Kyi Detained Because Private Security Staff Had Unlicensed Walkie-Talkies

A Myanmar court has granted a police request to detain ousted leader Aung Sang Suu Kyi until 15th February for illegally importing and using...