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Myanmar Military Crackdown Unites Democratic Leaders, Ethnic Rebels

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Myanmar Military Crackdown Unites Democratic Leaders, Ethnic Rebels
As the military crackdown on coup protesters goes on unabated in Myanmar, leaders of the protest movement have taken refuge in the country’s rebel-held areas, beginning to establish a parallel government.
A growing number of people of the anti-military Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) resistance have reportedly sought refuge in Myanmar’s eastern borderlands, from where ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) have been waging an armed struggle for greater autonomy against the military-dominated central state for years.
Ethnic Rebels Extend Support to Anti-Military Movement
A coalition of 10 EAOs who had signed a ceasefire agreement with the military condemned the crackdown and announced their support for the CDM last month.

BBC journalist among reporters detained in Myanmar

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Two more journalists have been detained in Myanmar, part of the junta’s intensifying efforts to choke off information about resistance to last month’s coup.
Mizzima News reported that one of its former reporters, Than Htike Aung, and Aung Thura, a journalist from the BBC’s Burmese-language service, were detained by men who appeared to be plainclothes security agents outside a court in the capital of Naypyitaw.
The journalists were there to cover legal proceedings against Win Htein, a detained senior official from the National League for Democracy, the party that ran the country before the takeover.
The coup reversed years of slow progress toward democracy after five decades of military rule.

U.N. General Assembly: Hold An Emergency Special Session On Myanmar


Tuesday, 16 March 2021, 6:50 am
Myanmar junta systematically murdering and arresting
protesters
(BANGKOK, March 15, 2021)—U.N. member
states should move to hold an Emergency Special Session at
the U.N. General Assembly to demand collective action in
response to the Myanmar military’s widespread and
systematic attack on protesters, said Fortify Rights today.
The Myanmar Police Force and Army reportedly killed more
than 120 women, men, and children and arbitrarily arrested
more than 2,000 since February 1.
Yesterday, security
forces murdered more than 50 protesters, most in Yangon,
according to local news outlets and open-source media. It
was the deadliest day since the February 1 military
coup

Myanmar security forces continue deadly crackdown on coup protesters

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Myanmar security forces continue deadly crackdown on coup protesters
Protests in Myanmar (AP)
Security forces in Myanmar have shot dead at least seven people protesting against last month’s military takeover.
Four deaths were reported in Mandalay, the country’s second-biggest city, two in Pyay, a town in south-central Myanmar, and one in Twante, a suburb of Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city.
Details of all seven deaths were posted on multiple social media accounts, some accompanied by photos of the victims.
A candlelit rally in Yangon (AP)
The actual death toll is likely to be higher, as police apparently seized some bodies, while some of those injured in the crackdown suffered serious gunshot wounds that doctors and nurses working at makeshift clinics will be hard-pressed to treat.

She was shot dead, her body dug up and her grave filled with cement. But her fight is not over

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She was shot dead, her body dug up and her grave filled with cement. But her fight is not over
Hours after her family, friends and thousands of mourners laid Angel’s body to rest, Myanmar’s security forces entered the cemetery under the cover of darkness, dumped the carefully placed flowers and wreaths, and dug up her grave.
The following morning, in footage shared to CNN and from witness accounts, among the detritus left scattered around the desecrated grave were razor blades, rubber boots, surgical gowns, shovels, and a bloodied plastic glove.
Angel’s grave had been filled with cement — a thick gray slab in place of flowers and tributes.

US Grants Myanmar Citizens in the Country Temporary Legal Residency

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The decision means about 1,600 Burmese already in the US, including diplomats who have broken with Myanmar's junta, will be eligible to stay and work legally for 18 months.

Security forces in Myanmar dig up grave of 19-year-old protester

Authorities entered the cemetery in Mandalay just hours after mourners laid Angel, whose real name was Ma Kyal Sin, to rest - claiming an autopsy was required to investigate her cause of death.

Myanmar security forces continue deadly crackdown on coup protesters

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Security forces in Myanmar have shot dead at least seven people protesting against last month’s military takeover.
Four deaths were reported in Mandalay, the country’s second-biggest city, two in Pyay, a town in south-central Myanmar, and one in Twante, a suburb of Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city.
Details of all seven deaths were posted on multiple social media accounts, some accompanied by photos of the victims.
A candlelit rally in Yangon (AP)
The actual death toll is likely to be higher, as police apparently seized some bodies, while some of those injured in the crackdown suffered serious gunshot wounds that doctors and nurses working at makeshift clinics will be hard-pressed to treat.

'Shoot till they are dead': Burmese police officers say they fled to India after refusing orders


‘Shoot till they are dead’: Burmese police officers say they fled to India after refusing orders
Local authorities would provide the officers with food and shelter, but a decision on repatriations was pending, an Indian official said
By Devjyot Ghoshal / Reuters, CHAMPHAI, India
When Tha Peng was ordered to shoot at protesters with his submachine gun to disperse them in the Burmese town of Khampat on Feb. 27, the police lance corporal said he refused.
“The next day, an officer called to ask me if I will shoot,” he said.
The 27-year-old refused again and then resigned from the Myanmar Police Force.

Myanmar Military Using Battle Tactics Against Protesters, Says Amnesty International

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"These are unrepentant commanders already implicated in crimes against humanity, deploying their troops and murderous methods in the open,” said Joanne Mariner, director of crisis response at Amnesty International.

Exclusive: 'Shoot till they are dead' - Some Myanmar police say fled to India after refusing orders

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When Tha Peng was ordered to shoot at protesters with his submachine gun to disperse them in the Myanmar town of Khampat on Feb. 27, the police lance corporal said he refused. On March 1, he said he left his home and family behind in Khampat and travelled for three days, mostly at night to avoid detection, before crossing into India's northeastern Mizoram state. "I had no choice," Tha Peng told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday, speaking via a translator.

Myanmar coup: Several policemen fled to India after disobeying orders to shoot

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Several officers cross over to neighbouring Mizoram state to escape punishment.

Myanmar Cop Fled To India After Refusing Shoot Till They Are Dead Order

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When Tha Peng was ordered to shoot at protesters with his submachine gun to disperse them in the Myanmar town of Khampat on February 27, the police lance corporal said he refused.

Myanmar Police Fleeing to India Say They Couldn't Shoot Their Own People

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Myanmar Police Fleeing to India Say They Couldn't Shoot Their Own People
A woman constable said she fled after she was instructed to try to catch female protesters – an order she refused.
Tha Peng, a Myanmar national who said he was a police officer and recently fled to India shows his photograph in his phone wearing a police uniform following his interview with Reuters at Champhai town in Mizoram, March 9, 2021. Photo: REUTERS/Devjyot Ghoshal
Champhai (Mizoram): When Tha Peng was ordered to shoot at protesters with his submachine gun to disperse them in the Myanmar town of Khampat on February 27, 2021, the police lance corporal said he refused. “The next day, an officer called to ask me if I will shoot,” he said. The 27-year-old refused again and then resigned from the force.

More Myanmar nationals waiting to enter India, while several are 'returned': Officials


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More Myanmar nationals waiting to enter India, while several are 'returned': Officials
Those who crossed the border into India's northeastern state of Mizoram include police and officials who allegedly refused to follow orders.PHOTO: EPA-EFE
PublishedMar 10, 2021, 10:37 pm SGT
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Seven women of Afghanistan awarded IWOC Awards Posthumously –


[Translated]  “
Last night, the US Foreign Ministry gave the award to 7 Afghan women and they appreciated their achievements.
The US Foreign Ministry gave honorary awards to the brave Afghan women who were hunted for targeted killings in 2020,” said Enikass broadcast.
In addition to the individual
IWOC) awards presented Monday, Secretary Blinken presented an honorary
IWOC) award, “to a group of seven Afghan women who were assassinated in 2020 while serving their communities during a pivotal moment in Afghanistan’s history. These tragic murders underscore the alarming trend of increased targeting of women in Afghanistan,” said Secretary Blinkin in a statement.
White House File Photo, International Women of Courage Awards  Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa YamamotoFPMag

Myanmar Protesters Trapped by Security Forces Able to Leave Yangon District

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In Sanchaung district, police firing guns and using stun grenades announced on Monday they would check houses for anyone from outside the district and would punish anyone caught hiding them.

Violence Continues In Myanmar As Police Enforce Curfew And Occupy Hospitals

More than a month after the military orchestrated a coup against the country's democratically elected leader, Myanmar police are continuing to use

Myanmar Seeks Return of 8 Policemen Who Sought Refuge in India

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Myanmar Seeks Return of 8 Policemen Who Sought Refuge in India
A senior official of the state home department stated that at least 11 police personnel and five other civilians have crossed the border and have taken refuge in Mizo villages.
A man rides his motorised two-wheeler across the Indo-Myanmar border bridge at the border town of Moreh, in the northeastern Indian state of Manipur. Photo: Reuters/Rupak De Chowdhuri
New Delhi: Myanmar has sought the return of eight policemen who crossed into Indian territory, even as the north-eastern state braced for more refugees with the Myanmarese military junta intensifying its security crackdown on pro-democracy protestors.

Violence Continues In Myanmar As Police Enforce Curfew And Occupy Hospitals

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Witnesses report Myanmar security forces have fired into crowds, and even windows. Observers say at least 54 people have been killed and 1,800 detained since the Feb. 1 coup.

UN Envoy Calls for Action Against Myanmar Junta Over Bloodshed

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More than 50 protesters have been killed, according to the United Nations – at least 38 on Wednesday alone.

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