Most people in Myanmar are shunning usual festivities this year to focus on their campaign against the junta who overthrew Aung San Suu Kyi’s elected government on February 1.
Activists ditch usual Thingyan new year holiday festivities to focus on campaign against the generals who seized power in a coup.
Myanmar security forces have reportedly killed at least 11 people in overnight clashes with anti-coup protesters in northwest Taze, with activists placing shoes filled with flowers in Yangon to commemorate dead protesters.
At least 13 people reportedly killed and several wounded in fresh violence as military ruler says civil disobedience movement is "destroying" Myanmar.
Fibre-based landline internet connections were still working in the country, albeit at drastically reduced speeds.
State-controlled television in Myanmar reports new charges are being framed against Aung San Suu Kyi after a prominent businessman claimed he gave the ousted leader about $550,000 in illegal payments in 2019 and 2020.
Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun's voice cracked with emotion as he spoke out against the military regime that ousted the nation's elected civilian government in a coup.
Meanwhile, security forces in northern Myanmar arrested five journalists after firing at protesters in the city of Myitkyina.
The march comes as Myanmar is plunged into its second nationwide internet blackout this week.
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