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VOA: US Declares Myanmar’s Treatment of Rohingya Minority a ‘Genocide’

The United States has determined Myanmar’s military committed genocide and crimes against humanity in its campaign against the Rohingya minority.

BBC: Aung San Suu Kyi: Myanmar court sentences ousted leader in widely criticised trial

Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been found guilty of inciting dissent and breaking Covid rules, in the first of...

CNN: American journalist Danny Fenster sentenced to 11 years in prison in Myanmar

A military court in Myanmar has sentenced American journalist Danny Fenster to 11 years in prison, his lawyer said on Friday. Fenster, a 37-year-old from...

VOA: Envoy: ASEAN Discusses Excluding Myanmar Junta Chief from Summit

Southeast Asian countries are discussing not inviting the head of Myanmar's junta to a summit later this month, due to a lack...

VOA: Afghanistan, Myanmar Skip UN General Assembly

Afghanistan will not address the U.N. General Assembly, in the wake of the Taliban takeover and potential competing claims of representation at...

VOA: Myanmar’s Ambassador to Britain Locked Out of London Embassy

Myanmar’s ambassador to Britain has been locked out of his London office over his support for deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

BBC: Myanmar: Celebrity model arrested amid coup crackdown

One of Myanmar's most popular celebrities has been arrested by the military as part of a growing crackdown on artists and actors.

VOA: US Hits Myanmar Government with More Sanctions

The United States Monday announced sanctions against two more individuals and two entities linked to Myanmar’s military. In a...

BBC: Myanmar military extends martial law after bloodiest day since coup

Myanmar's military has imposed martial law across more districts around the country following the deadliest day of protests since February's coup.

VOA: Protesters in Myanmar Demand Security Forces Release Trapped Youths

Thousands of protesters took to the streets Monday in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, in defiance of a nighttime curfew to demand that...
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