Activists ditch usual Thingyan new year holiday festivities to focus on campaign against the generals who seized power in a coup.
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet urges countries not to repeat deadly mistakes of the past in Syria and to take action to stop the junta’s “slaughter of its people” in 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”.
In Yangon, one group marched through the Insein district chanting, singing protest songs and cradling eggs bearing the slogan "Spring Revolution".
UN special envoy to Myanmar Christine Schraner Burgener urges the Security Council to consider all available tools to prevent an imminent "bloodbath" and "civil war" in Myanmar as the military regime continues its severe crackdown against protestors.
At least four protesters are shot dead in Chittagong port city during clash between police and demonstrators protesting against Indian PM Narendra Modi's controversial visit to join celebrations of Bangladesh's Independence Day.
Myanmar military expresses sadness for protest death toll, which it puts at 164, and airs video testimony of a former top Yangon official alleging corruption by ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi, including receiving cash, gold bars and silk.
To mark the one-month anniversary of the launch of one of the biggest demonstrations since the coup and a national strike, activists in posts on social media urged people to join a car convoy protest.
Thousands of demonstrators had converged in Bristol, ignoring Covid-19 restrictions, to protest against a government bill going through parliament that would give police new powers to restrict street protests.
The rally outside Bangkok's Grand Palace was a continuation of student-led protests that began last year and have rattled Thailand's traditional establishment, which is fiercely opposed to change, especially with regard to the monarchy.
Opposing the military takeover of the state, Myanmar citizens have staged protests across the country while putting their lives at risk.
The grassroots protest movement believes Netanyahu cannot serve as prime minister while he is on trial for multiple corruption charges with many also objecting to his handling of the coronavirus crisis.
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