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The Myanmar Times, founded in 2000, is the oldest privately owned and operated English-language newspaper in Myanmar. A division of Myanmar Consolidated Media Co., Ltd., The Myanmar Times published weekly English and Burmese-language news journals until March 2015, when the English edition began publishing daily, five days per week.
Myanmar blocks Wikipedia in all languages: NetBlocks
Myanmar on Friday blocked access to Wikipedia in all languages, reported Sputnik citing NetBlocks - a traffic monitoring service. ...
UK PM says charges against Aung San Suu Kyi fabricated, clear violation of human rights
United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday termed the new charges filed against former Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi by the police as "fabricated" and "a clear violation of human rights". ...
Aung San Suu Kyi's detention extended till Feb 17 as protests against military continue in Myanmar
The detention of State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and President U Win Myint has been extended until February 17 as both have been under house arrest since the military took control of the country in a military coup on February 1. ...
Myanmar teenager, who was shot during anti-coup protests, succumbs to injuries
A Myanmar teenage girl, who was shot in the head by the police during protests against the military coup, has succumbed to her injuries, informed local media reports. ...
Myanmar committee to take action against police officer who used live ammunition during anti-coup protests
The Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) have announced that they will take action against the police officer who fired live ammunition during protests against the military of Myanmar on Tuesday, which seriously injured a 19-year-old prot ...
Fund being set up for Myanmar civil servants sacked for protesting against military rule
Support Heroes Group, a group of volunteer organisations and social development agencies on Thursday collaborated with singers and celebrities to establish a fund to support civil servants who have been terminated for joining the anti-military rule p ...
New Zealand severs diplomatic ties with Myanmar's military govt
New Zealand has officially suspended all diplomatic ties with Myanmar as it does not recognise the legitimacy of the new military-led government. ...
Police officers, Civil servants join protests against military rule in Myanmar
Amid widescale protests against the military coup in Myanmar, increasing numbers of police officers and civil servants have now joined the Civil Disobedience Movement against the military rule. ...
Trade union supports ongoing civil disobedience movement in Myanmar
One of Myanmar largest labour group, the Confederation of Trade Unions of Myanmar (CTUM) on Wednesday vowed to prosecute officials who take punitive actions against government workers who are participating in the ongoing civil disobedience movement a ...
Over 100 arrested as Myanmar police begin crackdown on protesters
Amid widespread protests in Myanmar following a military takeover, police forces cracked down on protesters by arresting over 100 demonstrators and firing live rounds and riot control weapons that led to serious injuries. ...