At least 13 people reportedly killed and several wounded in fresh violence as military ruler says civil disobedience movement is "destroying" Myanmar.
List published by the junta warns people against using the work of 20 people, along with photos, hometowns and Facebook pages of each, who are charged with “spreading news to affect state stability”.
Kachin rebels attack police station in northern Shwegu town following military raids on Karen rebel villages in the east, an indication of deepening role of ethnic minority armed groups in support of anti-coup protests.
Security forces reportedly killed 114 people in deadliest day since last month's military coup as protesters hit streets of Yangon, Mandalay and other towns, defying a warning that they will be shot dead.
Nine labour organisations have called on "all Myanmar people" to stop work in an effort to reverse the seizure of power by the military, which overthrew the civilian government of Aung San Suu Kyi on February 1.
Despite risks to their lives and livelihoods, many Myanmar civil servants are refusing to work for the junta, as a growing civil disobedience movement seeks to thwart the generals by paralysing their bureaucracy.
Myawaddy Bank is among scores of military-controlled businesses in Myanmar facing boycott pressures since the army ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power on February 1.
Meanwhile, security forces in northern Myanmar arrested five journalists after firing at protesters in the city of Myitkyina.
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