The decision announced on the state television comes a day after the country's envoy to the United Nations Kyaw Moe Tun urged the international body to use "any means necessary" to stop the February 1 military coup.
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.
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.
The army seized power this month after alleging fraud in a November 8 election swept by Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy, arresting her and much of the party's leadership. UK announced sanctions against 6 military figures.
In the first known face-to-face meeting between a senior junta member and foreign government officials, Myanmar’s FM retired colonel Wunna Maung Lwin held talks with his counterparts from Thailand and Indonesia.
Radio and TV host Ramon Tulfo said that he received a dose in October from a batch of smuggled vaccines that was also given to President Rodrigo Duterte's bodyguards.
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.
Protesters gathered near the US Embassy in Yangon despite barriers blocking the way, but left to avoid a confrontation after 20 military trucks with riot police arrived nearby.
Amnesty International, one of the groups that had brought the legal challenge, says pushing ahead with the repatriation in defiance of the ruling is "inhumane and devastating."
Myanmar's military has failed to curtail a growing protest movement that wants the coup to end and leader Aung San Suu Kyi to be released.
More than 28,000 residents in four villages in Bekasi district and 34 villages in Karawang district are affected by the floods, spokesperson for the National Disaster Mitigation Agency said.
At least five people have been killed after Jakarta was struck by torrential rains over the weekend, which flooded dozens of major roads and forced hundreds of people to rush to emergency shelters.
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