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Protests Continue Across Shan State Despite Attacks By Security Forces

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Demonstrations against the military regime continued in Shan State this week in spite of brutal tactics by police and soldiers that left at least...

Kengtung Protesters Still In Custody

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Fourteen people who participated in the general strike are still being detained in Kengtung, located in Burma's eastern Shan State. A male resident, who requested...

Burma Army Launch Offensive Against KIO/A

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The Burma Army attacked Kachin Independence Organization/Army (KIO/A) with mortar and artillery fire in Muse District, near the border of China, in Burma's northern...

PUTSCHIST IN UNCHARTED POLITICAL WATERS:

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Is disciplined guided democracy the real way out for junta? After the abrupt February 1 military coup d'état entered its third week, it remains a...

Authorities Refuse To Free Protesters Arrested During Nightly Raids

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At least 16 people arrested for protesting against the military government are still being detained in Shan State. Every night security forces drag people...

Burma Army Undermines Peace Agreement, RCSS Says

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The Burma Army is threatening the peace agreement by launching attacks in northern Shan State, the Restoration Council of Shan State (RCSS) said. According to...

Authorities Arrest Protesters in Shan State

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The Burma Army and police arrested participants who took part in protests against the military government on February 9, charging them with leading the...

Muse Health Workers Join Civil Disobedience Campaign

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Health workers from the Muse hospital have joined a nationwide civil disobedience movement, refusing to go back to work until the military government, which...

Six Killed During Ambush by Armed Group

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Six people were killed during an ambush by an unidentified armed group in Burma's northern Shan State. Although local media outlets said the Myanmar National...

NLD Lawmakers Take Their Oaths

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National League for Democracy (NLD) law makers defied the military government by swearing themselves into office Thursday morning, February 4. Seventy parliamentarians took their oaths...

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