MYANMAR (STL.News) The acting leader of Myanmar’s parallel civilian government, appointed by ousted lawmakers in the wake of a February 1 military coup, addressed the public for the first time on Saturday (March 13) from hiding and vowed to pursue a “revolution” to overturn the junta.
MYANMAR (STL.News) After a military coup, the violence has increased, killing many civilians, starting as peaceful protests, and has now spun out of control. Why are the world-leading countries ignoring this human rights abuse. Politicians […]
(STL.News) Gunshots were heard as Myanmar police fired into the air in Naypyidaw on Tuesday (Feb 9) to disperse anti-coup protesters who defied a military ban on rallies. ? YouTube video provided courtesy of CNA […]
(STL.News) Tens of thousands in Myanmar took to the streets on Sunday (Feb 21) to protest against the country’s military coup, a day after the police and soldiers opened fire in Mandalay, killing two people. […]