US and allies impose more sanctions on Myanmar officials

US and allies impose more sanctions on Myanmar officials

The US, UK and Canada announced more sanctions targeting Myanmar’s junta to put pressure on the country’s military after the Feb 1st coup.
Myanmar civilian militia battle the government’s army in northwestern town

Myanmar civilian militia battle the government’s army in northwestern town

2000 people, mostly children and the elderly, trapped in Mindat in the middle of the clash between the government troop and local fighters.
Vietnam calls for int'l efforts to prevent violence, promote dialogue in Myanmar

Vietnam calls for int'l efforts to prevent violence, promote dialogue in Myanmar

A Vietnamese diplomat to the United Nations has called on the international community to stop violence and promote dialogue in Myanmar.
A peaceful Myanmar in memories of a Vietnamese traveler

A peaceful Myanmar in memories of a Vietnamese traveler

Myanmar in the memories of a Vietnamese traveler boasted a peaceful, ancient beauty and amicable people.
Facts about 32 Chinese-invested factories vandalised in attacks in Myanmar

Facts about 32 Chinese-invested factories vandalised in attacks in Myanmar

A total of 32 Chinese-invested factories were vandalised in "vicious" attacks on Chinese companies in Myanmar's Yangon as of noon on Monday, China's state-controlled tabloid Global Times said. Whilst anti-Chinese sentiment has risen since the Feb 1 coup, with opponents of the army takeover noting Beijing's muted criticism compared with Western condemnation.
Vietnamese in Myanmar nervous in unsettling situation

Vietnamese in Myanmar nervous in unsettling situation

Vietnamese people in Myanmar are insecure because of work stagnation, unstable working conditions. Some even lose their jobs, while "always hear gunshots by the ear" in the post-coup situation.
Myanmar police cranks up pressure on protests, after calls for global action

Myanmar police cranks up pressure on protests, after calls for global action

On Saturday, police in Myanmar escalated their crackdown on demonstators agains military takover, using more violent forces as protestors aimed to assemble in Yangon and Monywa, the two biggest cities and elsewhere.
Myanmar: Fear and anger spreads through the country, military coup seizes control

Myanmar: Fear and anger spreads through the country, military coup seizes control

Tension rises as military troops patrol on the streets of Yangoon in Myanmar, and military has seized control power over the country after detaining Aung San Suu Kyi and other democracy leaders, spreading fear and anger through Myanmar.
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