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Demonstrator display placards accusing China for supporting Myanmar military during a protest against the military coup outside the Chinese embassy in Yangon, Myanmar Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021
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Myanmar dispatch: two years after the military coup, Myanmar people stage a ‘silent strike’

Jurist 02 Feb 2023
Reporting to you what I see, hear and experience as a Myanmar citizen on the ground right now, I have faith in Myanmar people that we will see the light at the end of this revolution even though I am typing this dispatch while sitting in the dark because there is no electricity.
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The Los Angeles Times 02 Feb 2023
Hello, it’s Thursday, Feb. 2, and here are the stories you shouldn’t miss today.TOP STORIES ... Newsletter ... Times ... Enter email address ... Two years after a coup in Myanmar, the military and citizens remain at odds. Experts say the prospects for peace in Myanmar, much less a return to democracy, seem dim as protests and violence remain a near-daily occurrence.
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Myanmar citizens mark coup anniversary with ‘silent strikes’

La Prensa Latina 01 Feb 2023
Bangkok, Feb 1 (EFE).- Streets and businesses in Myanmar’s biggest city Yangon and others in the country were deserted on Wednesday as citizens carried out silent protests against the military junta on the second anniversary of its coup ...Mark my words; a new Myanmar is coming – a ...
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Myanmar citizens’ lives upended two years post-coup

The Daily Telegraph Australia 01 Feb 2023
In the two years since Myanmar’s military coup, which ...
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Myanmar’s pro-democracy opposition marks coup anniversary with ‘silent strike’

The Observers 01 Feb 2023
The normally bustling streets of Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city, were eerily quiet on February 1 as the country marked the second anniversary of a coup d’état that deposed democratically elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and installed a military government ... But protesting in the streets of Myanmar has become increasingly dangerous.
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Myanmar marks 2 yrs since coup, eyes polls amid violence

Kyodo 01 Feb 2023
Myanmar on Wednesday marked two years since the coup that ousted its democratically elected government, enduring prolonged conflict between the now-ruling military and those who call for democracy that has seen thousands killed ... People shop at a market in Yangon, Myanmar, on Jan ... People pray at the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar, on Jan.
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Myanmar people ‘will never renounce right to freedom,’ says parallel gov’t

La Prensa Latina 01 Feb 2023
... people of Myanmar.”. “Mark my words; a new Myanmar is coming – a Myanmar that will stand strong for every one of its citizens regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender or background; a Myanmar that will join the march to global peace and security,” he concluded.
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Oil companies continue operating in Myanmar despite human rights abuses and sanctions

Jurist 01 Feb 2023
A human rights agency reported Wednesday that some of the world’s largest energy providers continue operating in Myanmar after the military’s attempted coup. The Myanmar military junta staged a coup in February 2021, and has killed thousands of citizens since taking power.
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Myanmar citizens' lives upended two years post-coup

Rumble 01 Feb 2023
In the two years since Myanmar’s military coup, which unseated Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi’s elected government, ordinary lives have been upended, while millions have fled their homes and been displaced around the world. Angela Johnston reports on two of them. Loading comments... 1.50. Reuters. 5 hours ago ... 115. 3 ... 140K ... .
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Timeline: Two years since the Myanmar military coup

Al Jazeera 01 Feb 2023
The US charges two Myanmar citizens over a plot to injure or kill UN Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun ... “As this is a public revolution, all the citizens within entire Myanmar, revolt against the rule of the military terrorists led by Min Aung Hlaing in every corner of the country.” October 16.
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Two years after coup, both the military and the resistance remain steadfast in Myanmar

The Los Angeles Times 01 Feb 2023
The prospects for peace in Myanmar, much less a return to democracy, seem dimmer than ever two years after the military seized power from the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, experts say ... citizen who returned to his homeland of Myanmar is one of four foreigners being released by the country’s military junta in a prisoner amnesty.
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Tyre Nichols' family praises loved one on funeral eve

Rumble 01 Feb 2023
The brother and stepfather of Tyre Nichols, the Black man fatally beaten by Memphis police officers, on Tuesday (January 31) praised their loved one and thanked activists at a news conference held a day ahead of Tyre's funeral in Memphis, Tennessee. Loading comments... 3.08. Reuters ... Myanmar citizens' lives upended two years post-coup ... .
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Missing radioactive capsule found in Australia

Rumble 01 Feb 2023
Australian authorities on Wednesday found the radioactive capsule smaller than a coin that was lost in the vast Outback after nearly a week-long search involving around 100 people along a 870 mile stretch of highway, officials said ... Loading comments... 3.08. Reuters. 14 hours ago. Myanmar citizens' lives upended two years post-coup. 177. 1 ... Drew Hernandez.
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UK's teachers and civil servants join mass strike

Rumble 01 Feb 2023
Up to half a million British teachers, civil servants, and train drivers walked out over pay in the largest coordinated strike action for a decade on Wednesday, with unions threatening more disruption as the government digs its heels in over pay demand. Edward Baran reports. Loading comments... 3.08 ... Myanmar citizens' lives upended two years post-coup.
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Britain sanctions firms for supplying Myanmar military

Reuters 31 Jan 2023
LONDON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Britain on Tuesday sanctioned two companies and two individuals it said had supplied Myanmar's air force with aviation fuel used to carry out bombing campaigns against the Asian country's own citizens ... ousted Myanmar's elected government.

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