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Myanmar activists stage 'bloody' protests

Activists called for what they dubbed a bloody paint strike and people responded with red smeared on roads, on signs outside government offices and on T-shirts, according to pictures posted on social ...

Myanmar activists stage 'bloody' protests

Myanmar

States shouldn’t allow repetition of Syria-like situation: UN

The UN rights chief warned Tuesday of possible crimes against humanity in Myanmar, and said it seemed to be heading towards a massive conflict like the one ravaging Syria

This photo taken and received courtesy of an anonymous source on 13 April 2021 shows protesters carring A-taui pots filled with Thingyan festival flowers while taking part in a demonstration against the military coup in Mandalay

Concerns as Japan moves to release treated Fukushima water into sea

Japan has argued the water release is necessary to press ahead with the complex decommissioning of the plant after it was crippled by a 2011 earthquake and tsunami

This picture taken on 14 February 2021 shows an aerial view of the TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (top) undergoing decommissioning work and tanks (bottom) for storing treated water

Myanmar youth fight internet outages with underground newsletter

Myanmar youth are fighting the junta’s internet shutdown and information suppression with an explosive underground printed newsletter they are secretly distributing across communities

Myanmar youth fight internet outages with underground newsletter

Myanmar's UN envoy urges action against junta

Myanmar's own ambassador to the United Nations (UN) has urged "strong action" against the junta, as reports emerged of scores killed in the military's latest crackdown

Myanmar's UN envoy urges action against junta

Could the govt do nothing to avert Hefazat mayhem?

The allegations against Hefazat about violence and destruction, as well as the allegations made by Hefazat, should all be duly investigated and action taken accordingly

Could the govt do nothing to avert Hefazat mayhem?

Britain slams ‘bullying’ Myanmar over London embassy standoff

Britain on Thursday condemned “bullying” by the Myanmar junta after the country’s ambassador to London was ousted in an extraordinary diplomatic coup after calling for the release of civilian leader ...

Myanmar's Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Kyaw Zwar Minn, waits unsuccessfully for an answer on the intercom, as police officers stand on duty outside the Myanmar Embassy in London on 7 April 2021

Ridesharing bikers block Dhaka roads demanding resumption of their services

App-based ridesharing bikers and shop owners brought traffic movement to a grinding halt in parts of Dhaka Wednesday, protesting the government's restriction order on their services amid a record ...

Ridesharing bikers block Dhaka roads demanding resumption of their services

Covid-19 Restrictions

Shopkeepers-police lock in chase-counter chase in Gulistan

Police and shopkeepers locked in chase and counter chase near the BRTC bus counter in Gulistan of the capital on Wednesday morning over enforcing the restrictions the government issued to curb the ...

Shopkeepers demand for opening the shops maintaining health guidelines in Gulistan, Dhaka on 7 April 2021

Covid-19 Restrictions

Shopkeepers protest in demand of opening market

Shopkeepers of capital’s New Market have been demonstrating for the third straight day demanding to open the market as the nation going through countrywide weeklong lockdown to contain the drastic ...

Shopkeepers protest in demand of opening market
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